The Hawaii Life Military Team is proud to present our latest listing, 68-121 Au St. – a tastefully upgraded 2 bed, 2 bath, 850 sq.ft. condo in North Shore’s quiet plantation town of Waialua, Oahu. With stunning panoramic North Shore ocean views, the finishes throughout this condo display island living at its best.
This paradise is great for homeowners, investors, or those looking for their island getaway. Whether you want to take a dip in the pool, hot tub, or walk another 10 steps to the beach, this home is ready for your Hawaii Life!
Sunset Shores #404, Waialua (MLS# 201522390)
Waialua living is for those who want to escape the hustle and bustle of the rest of busy Oahu. A seemingly quiet and small plantation town, many of the most popular Oahu outdoor activities are around every corner!
Hawaii Polo Club
Hawaii Polo is serious business on Oahu. Hosting a healthy equestrian community on island, Hawaii Polo is a fun monthly tailgating event perfect for anyone looking to spend a day on some of Oahu’s most pristine beaches alongside some of the most beautiful island steeds.
Do you feel like you belong in the air piloting a glider, private plane, or even skydiving out of a perfectly good airplane? Dillingham Airfield is hands down the best airport for recreational flying. Positioned along beautiful Mokuleia Beach Park, there just isn’t a more perfect place to soar among the clouds alongside the Waianae mountains.
Some of the best diving is done off Waialua shores. Divers can have close encounters with some of Hawaii’s most treasured aquatic life such as sharks, rays, Hawaiian green sea turtles, and even Hawaiian monk seals. These are just some of the animals you can swim with. Not interested in tangling with any sharks? Popular shark cage snorkeling tours are available as well.
Off-Roading, Hiking, & Snorkeling at Ka’ena Point State Park
Ka’ena Point State Park Reserve is a great place to hike, drive (with an authorized permit), and snorkel. It’s located at the end of the Northwest side of the island. In Hawaiian, kaʻena means ‘the heat.’ The area was named after a brother or cousin of Pele who accompanied her from Kahiki. The area is designated as a Natural Area Reserve to protect nesting Laysan Albatrosses and wedge-tailed Shearwaters, Hawaiian monk seals, and the fragile native strand vegetation.
Ready to Engage Your Hawaii Life?
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