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Kaimuki Honolulu HI Homes For Sale
November 28, 2022
9
Listed
98
Avg. DOM
$1,087.41
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$1,150,000
Med. List Price
9 Properties

About Kaimuki, Hawaii

Kaimuki is a charming village-esque neighborhood near Waikiki and Diamond Head. The area was a historic town, and it has preserved its atmosphere and tight-knit community. It’s a peaceful, laidback place to reside, and it’s a desirable area of Oahu. The central Wai’alae Avenue is lined with shops, cafes, restaurants, fitness centers, and unique local boutiques. The family and dog-friendly parks, great schools, and location make it a great place to call home.

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Interesting Facts About Kaimuki

  • Kaimuki is home to several prestigious charters and private schools like St. Patrick School, Saint Louis School, Kaimuki Christian School, Wai’alae Elementary Public Charter School, Sacred Hearts Academy, and SEEQS.
  • The grassroots organization ‘Keep it Kaimuki’ was founded by local entrepreneurs to help facilitate collaboration and growth among local businesses.
  • Located at 12th and Mahina Avenue, a small outdoor produce stand is open for residents most days.
  • At the top of Wai’alae Avenue, the Queen Theatre has resided there for over 75 years.

Transportation

The area of Kaimuki is transit-accessible with many bus routes offered by TheBus, Hawaii’s award-winning transit system. Residents who drive can commute to the city center of Honolulu within ten minutes.

What is the History of Kaimuki?

Kaimuki is chock-full of history, and it’s one of the oldest communities in the area. It began as the largest subdivision outside of Honolulu but originally had very little to offer residents. There were no amenities, and a trolley ride was required to get into the city. In 1898, two businessmen bought land with hopes of turning Kaimuki into a flourishing community that people want to flock to. Initially, residents were offered $50 for every baby born and to move there. Once the infrastructure was built, businesses started to move in, and the community continued to develop.

What is Real Estate like in Kaimuki?

The luxury community of Kaimuki has a median home price of around $1.2 million. Around 65% of residents own their homes, while 35% of properties are renter-occupied. Typically, these homes were built around 1960 to 1970, but most of them have been renovated and upgraded since their initial development. There are almost 19,000 residents who call Kaimuki home, and the median age is 46 years old. 51% of the population is female, and 49% male. It’s a family-friendly community, but the majority of couples don’t have children.

Restaurants

Himalayan Kitchen | 1137 11th Avenue
The Himalayan Kitchen is a local hotspot and the only place in Kaimuki to get Indian and Nepalese cuisine. It has a cozy and quiet atmosphere and is a popular date night spot.

Earl Sandwich | 1137 11th Avenue, Ste 102
The place to get incredible sandwiches, Earl Sandwich, is a local favorite. Made with fresh ingredients and unique flavors create many sandwich addicts.

Rainbow Drive-In | 3308 Kanaina Avenue.
A spot recommended to tourists, the popular diner is a must-try spot all day long.

12th Avenue Grill | 1120 12th Avenue
For an indulgent dinner with exceptional customer service, the 12th Avenue Grill is a great dine-in spot to celebrate birthdays or other special occasions.

Mud Hen Water | 3452 Wai’alae Avenue
The Mud Hen Water is a trendy spot to grab farm-to-table meals with unique recipes. Patrons recommend the cocktails.

Koko Head Café | 1145 C 12th Avenue
For an excellent brunch, Koko Head Café is a local favorite. Dishes like banana pancakes, cornflake french toast, and the loco moco are adored by those who visit the café.

Asuka Nabe + Shabu Shabu | 3620 Wai’alae Avenue
For custom-made and delicious soup, this spot is a great place to socialize and have a great meal with friends and family.

Saigon’s Restaurant | 3624 Wai’alae Avenue
Some of the best Vietnamese cuisine around, serving traditional favorites.

Shaloha Pita | 3133 Wai’alae Avenue
The best place to get Middle Eastern cuisine for take-out, dine-in, or catering.

Tenkaippin Ramen | 617 Kapahulu Avenue
For the best ramen in the city, Tenkaippin Ramen is the place to go.

What is there to do in Kaimuki?

Shopping

Kaimuki Shopping Center | 3221 Wai’alae Avenue
The Kaimuki Shopping Center provides all the conveniences needed for residents. There’s a supermarket, drug store, restaurants, banks, and other amenities for running errands and enjoying a nice meal.

Kahala Mall | 4211 Wai’alae Avenue
Not located directly in Kaimuki, but in neighboring Kahala, the mall has a Whole Foods, Macy’s, a movie theater, restaurants, and other shops. It’s a great destination for family fun or a date night.

Wai’alae Avenue
The walkable Wai’alae Avenue has a variety of stores for residents to enjoy. From local makers to luxury clothing boutiques, there’s also a car dealership, shops for dogs, and gaming centers.

Parks

There are numerous parks to enjoy around Kaimuki.

Petrie Community Park | 1039 20th Avenue.
Petrie Community Park is the park next to Wai’alae Elementary. It offers a playground, basketball courts, and grassy areas for kids to play. It’s a great spot for family-friendly fun.

Puu O Kaimuki Mini Park | 951 Koko Head Avenue
The mini-park is known as ‘Christmas Tree Park’ among locals because there is a large metal ‘tree’ that gets lit up during the holidays. The park offers great views of Manoa, Kahala, Honolulu, and Hawaii Kai, and it’s a great spot to spend some time and have a picnic.

Kaimuki Community Park | 3521 Wai’alae Avenue
Located in the heart of Kaimuki, this community park is perfect for family bonding. It has a playground, outdoor basketball courts, tennis courts, and an indoor gym.

Kapaolono Community Park | 701 11th Avenue
This neighborhood park has tennis courts, a swimming pool, a field, clean washrooms, and a swimming pool for residents to enjoy. It’s a great spot to meet the neighbors and socialize.

Diamond Head Bark Park | Diamond Head Road & 18th Avenue
This dog park is well-stocked with all the details dog lovers need. The park is well-maintained and includes poop bag spots, a water fountain, an area for small dogs, and ample parking.

Kilauea District Park | 4109 Kilauea Avenue
The district park has a large gymnasium, sports field, tennis courts, and is a great place to spend the day playing sports and getting exercise.

Hiking

Diamond Head
One of the most famous hikes, visitors should expect a two-hour paved hike that leads to some of the most incredible views on the island. Bring comfortable shoes, water, and protection from the sun. Down the slopes, there is a number of spots to go surfing, and you’ll likely find many experienced locals there.

Lanipo and Mau’umae Trails.
Suited to more advanced hikers, this is a ridge hike that has incredible drops off the mountain and tough terrain.

What are the schools in Kaimuki?

Aliiolani Elementary
1240 7th Avenue
Honolulu, Hawaii 96816
808-733-4750
The mission behind Aliiolani Elementary School is to provide a nurturing environment for all students. They aim to help students thrive, acquire the knowledge they need, refine their skills and become caring citizens and contributing members of society. They aim to instill the importance of lifelong learning into the students. The school has an impressive faculty that cares deeply about the success of their students. Many local businesses, organizations, and parent volunteers help support the school and provide additional resources.

Hokulani Elementary
2940 Kamakini Street
Honolulu, Hawaii 96816
808-733-4789
Hokulani Elementary School works diligently to consistently improve the curriculum and ensure students are getting the very most out of their education. Working to provide a diverse range of learning activities, the school fosters a safe and nurturing environment. Teachers and parents alike have incredibly high expectations for students, but provide the personalized support that children need in order to meet and exceed those expectations. Between 2005 and 2012, the Blue Ribbon School designation was awarded to the school for academic achievement for science, math, and reading.

Prince Jonah Kuhio Elementary
2759 S. King Street
Honolulu, Hawaii 96826
808-973-0085
The faculty at Prince Jonah Kuhio Elementary work hard to meet the needs of their students and create successful strategies to maintain a high academic standard. Many students and teachers participate in afterschool homework help and tutoring programs. Teachers are encouraged to provide individualized help and support for students who require it. Along with the standard academic classes, there are many creative art and music programs to explore.

Palolo Elementary
2106 10th Avenue
Honolulu, Hawaii 96816
808-733-4700
Palolo Elementary provides a major focus on science and literacy, with math, social studies, and language arts close behind. The faculty work to prepare students for post-secondary education and finding a career after graduation. STEM (Sustainability and science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) is one of the main priorities of the school. There is a lot of support from the community and parents, including tutoring services from the Rotarians of East Honolulu and the Service Learning Programs (P-20 Palolo Pipeline) from Chaminade University, Kapiolani Community College, the University of Hawaii.

William P. Jarrett Middle
1903 Palolo Avenue
Honolulu, Hawaii 96816
808-733-4888
William P. Jarrett Middle has a substantial amount of community and parent support, working to create caring individuals who know the importance of lifelong learning. The curriculum is challenging but promotes and encourages academic excellence. Students have access to academic support, technology resources, learning resources, and more. The Advancement Via Individual Determination was implemented to equip students with organizational skills and tools to take charge of their learning and promote post-secondary education. There are numerous extracurricular activities available for students to enjoy. The School Community Council works with administrators and staff as a board to help encourage and amplify student achievements.

Kaimuki Middle
631 18th Avenue
Honolulu, Hawaii 96816
808-733-4800
Kaimuki Middle School is a large promoter of interdisciplinary instruction, technology use, teaming, guidance, and differentiation to prepare students for high school and college on a personal and academic level. The curriculum is created according to the state standards, but also with the school's standards as well. The school is well-known for its incredible math, band, and athletic programs. The school values relationships with local organizations and businesses and receives a lot of community support. The Optimist Club of America is one of the most notable partners, along with parent volunteers.

Kaimuki High
2705 Kaimuki Avenue
Honolulu, Hawaii 96816
Kaimuki High School works to foster a student-centered learning environment that helps prepare them academically and personally for post-secondary and their future careers. The school has a prestigious Performing Arts Center, which is one of two on the island. The school offers Smaller Learning Communities via its Academies to ensure student success. There is a program specifically for ESL students, special needs, broad co-curricular and athletic programs, and vocational-technical programs.

Hospitals and Health Centers

The Queen’s Medical Center
1301 Punchbowl St, Honolulu, HI 96813
Open 24 Hours
808-691-1000

Minute Clinic
4211 Wai’alae Ave, Honolulu, HI 96816, Located in Longs Drugs in Kahala Mall
Open 8:30am to 1pm and 2pm to 7pm Monday to Friday, 9am to 1pm and 1:30pm to 4:30pm Saturday and Sunday
808-732-0782

Straub Medical Center
888 South King Street
Open 24 hours
808-522-4000

Kapiolani Medical Center for Women and Children
1319 Punahou Street
Open 24 hours
808-983-6000

Island Urgent Care Kapahulu
449 Kapahulu Ave #104, Honolulu, HI 96815
Open 8am to 8pm daily
808-735-0007

Kaiser Permanente Honolulu Medical Office
1010 Pensacola Street
8am to 5pm Monday to Friday
808-432-2000

Kaiser Permanente Moanalua Medical Center
3288 Moanalua Rd, Honolulu, HI 96819
Open 24 hours
808-432-0000

Emergency Hurricane Shelter

Mandated by the City and County of Honolulu Department of Emergency Management, the community must have designated shelter-in-place buildings. In case of a hurricane or natural disaster, these are buildings residents can retreat to during wind, storms, and flying debris. When the alert goes out over local and social media channels, there will be more details depending on the circumstance. Residents should bring with them three days' worth of supplies like food, water, medication, personal items, clothes, and a cot or place to sleep. These buildings are not stocked with any supplies.

Aliiolani Elementary
1240 7th Avenue
Honolulu, Hawaii 96816

Prince Jonah Kuhio Elementary
2759 S. King Street
Honolulu, Hawaii 96826

Palolo Elementary
2106 10th Avenue
Honolulu, Hawaii 96816

Kaimuki Middle
631 18th Avenue
Honolulu, Hawaii 96816

William P. Jarrett Middle
1903 Palolo Avenue
Honolulu, Hawaii 96816