The Diamond Head neighborhood is considered one of the most prime “higher end” residential locations on the island of Oahu. Located at the base of Diamond Head and considered the far end of Waikiki, there is a rich historical and cultural heritage that encompasses this special land where Hawaiian Royalty and other distinguished Kama’aina families, considered it their playground and retreat for rest and relaxation. Located on the makai side is what is known as the Gold Coast with over 30 condominiums lining the beautiful coastline, and the most breathtaking sunsets to be seen.
Nestled against the mauka or mountain side of Kapiolani Park you will find a hidden gem that is known as “Pualei Circle”–a street that holds a dozen low rise apartment buildings, including the Diamond Head Surf which sits at the base of the circle with a Leahi Avenue address. This neighborhood has drawn very active, like-minded people who are young or young at heart–they are athletes, surfers, and people who have a love for the beach scene and the activities at Kapiolani Park. What is most attractive about this neighborhood is real estate prices are a lot lower than the Gold Coast and La Pietra, and its location is in close proximity to Waikiki Beach, Kapiolani Park, Waikiki Shell, the Honolulu Zoo and the quaint shops and restaurants on Monsarrat Avenue. For people who have a desire to live in the Diamond Head neighborhood–Pualei Circle offers the benefits of the prime location, location, location–without the premium “higher end” price tag.
For more information about condos in the Pualei Circle neighborhood, call Rose Medina Kemna (RA), LIST Sotheby’s International Realty at (808)497-7673 or email email@example.com