Modern Luxury, Golfers’ Paradise, Secluded Luxury
Nestled along a quiet, secluded stretch of Wai‘alae Beach, Kahala is tucked away from the hustle and bustle of Honolulu. Kahala had long been a bastion for Hawai‘i’s ruling elite, as the region was once known for a fresh water spring near the shore that was reserved for Hawaiian royalty. Today, resort community without the gates, the area is home to expansive and modern luxury estates, diverse architecture—colorful facades peeking out from behind beautiful tropical landscaping—and the private retreat of the Wai‘alae Country Club. In Kahala, a resort community without the gates, there’s ample time to listen to the birds sing, stroll the meandering shoreline and take in the views across Maunalua Bay with Koko Head rising above the waves in the distance, or play 18 holes with family and friends.
Home to the Wai‘alae Country Club and its famous par 72 championship golf course, the challenging greens welcome the annual Sony Open in Hawaii, the state’s largest charity golf event. A treat for avid golfers, enjoy south shore views of tranquil Maunalua Bay from the course, as well as the verdant Ko‘olau Mountains that stretch the length of East Honolulu. The beachfront Kahala Hotel & Resort offers some of the most exquisite and delectable cuisine in Honolulu. The award-winning cuisine, blending classic French techniques with bold local flavors, is for the taking with indoor and outdoor seating at Hoku’s, Plumeria Beach House, and The Veranda. Nearby Kahala Mall provides a one-stop locale for everything from groceries at Whole Foods to modern Polynesian-influenced elevated fashion at local boutique Fighting Eel.
Kahala real estate offers luxury beachfront estates, large estates, and single-family homes. Prices vary on the location of the property.
Whether representing buyers or sellers, Jason continues to help his clients achieve their long term real estate goals through his extensive local market knowledge and professionalism, making him a successful and trusted agent throughout the island of Oahu.