Ahuimanu Attracts with Country Ambiance
Building on her record of marketing small to midsize residential properties, Primary Properties President and Principal Broker Kay Mukaigawa has launched sales of her newest project, Ahuimanu Place Estates.
The nearly 32,000-square-foot vacant parcel in Ahuimanu Valley has been condominiumized and divided into four level lots, three of which are approximately 6,300 square feet and priced at $469,000. A fourth lot of nearly 13,000 square feet is available at $550,000. All have views of the Koolau Mountains.
Mukaigawa said the lots can be purchased individually, or a buyer could choose to purchase more than one in the same transaction.
Infrastructure has already been completed with water and sewer stubbed to within each unit’s limited common element; electrical has been stubbed to the common element transformer. All utilities are underground, including cable and telephone. A paved access road into the property has also been completed.
“Ahuimanu is a beautiful, peaceful valley with a real country feel,” Mukaigawa said. “It is a varied neigh-borhood of longtime residents and new homeowners who have built upscale homes now commanding prices of $800,000 to $900,000.
“Convenience to Kaneohe shopping malls and schools is another of Ahuimanu’s attractions; Temple Valley Shopping Center and Windward Mall are just minutes away. Freeway access is also close-by and, depending on traffic, you can be in downtown Honolulu in 20 minutes.
“Whenever we sit open houses in Ahuimanu, we find that the people who turn out are often former residents of Windward Oahu, who love the Windward communities and are looking for an opportunity to move back.
“Ahuimanu Place Estates provides a great opportunity to build a custom home that takes full advantage of the beautiful views and enjoys the serenity of a quiet, residential neighborhood. People who work in town consider it a real treat to come home to the type of environment
Ahuimanu Valley offers.”
Over the past 30 years, Mukaigawa has worked with numerous developers on housing projects including Trovare in Ewa, The Royal Palm at Waipio, Honuakaha, Iwalani in Kapolei, The Bluffs in Kailua, Piikoi Hale, Apopo Hale in Kapaa, Kauai, Ke Ola O Pokai Bay in Waianae, and Sixty Parkside in Waikalani, where she sold out the 48 townhomes last year. She is presently providing sales and marketing for the Department of Hawaiian Home Lands.
With offices in downtown Hon-olulu, Aiea and Tokyo, Primary Properties offers seminars on home buying, senior housing options and investment strategies.