WAIALUA BEACH COLONY BEACHFRONT LOTS
Imagine…the feeling of wide-open spaces and cooling breezes as you unplug and recharge. With sweeping beachfront views that open gloriously onto a secluded white-sand beach, New Beachfront Home Sites at Waialua Beach Colony is your vision realized.
With Mount Kaʻala servicing as the picturesque backdrop of this old sugar mill town, a feeling of timelessness fills the air. Waialua is miles away from congestion of neighboring areas, yet conveniently located just a few minutes from historic Haleiwa town filled with restaurants and shop all just thirty to forty minutes from downtown Honolulu.
Located on the North Shore of Oʻahu, Waialua Beach Colony occupies over 60,000 square feet of land, running between Waialua Beach Road and the beach. Presently Waialua Beach Colony has five homesites, one of which possibly could be CPR’d to two homesites, for a total of six homesites. There are two beachfront sites and three sites that are inland (or near the beach), all within the property lines of Waialua Beach Colony, with all homesites sharing the private deeded beach access and an ocean view.
LAYOUT & PRICING
WAIALUA BEACH COLONY LAND AVAILABLE FOR SALE:
Makai 1: SOLD
Makai 2: SOLD
Waena 1: $850,000
Waena 2: $800,000
Mauka Lot: $1,090,000
The two beachfront homesites have approximately 124 lineal feet of beach frontage. They are designated as Makai 1 (9,6224 square feet) and Makai 2 (9,773 square feet). They comprise a total of approximately 30,000 gross square feet. Makai is the Hawaiian word for “ocean” or “sea.”
The two inside homesites are designated as Waena 1 (9,214 square feet) and Waena 2 (9,160 square feet). They comprise a total of approximately 20,000 gross square feet. Waena is the Hawaiian word for “middle.”
The homesite nearest to the Waialua Beach Road side of the property is called Mauka. This is the subdivided lot that may possibly be CPR’d to have two homesites, which will have both ocean and mountain views. Mauka is the Hawaiian word for “mountain” or “toward the mountains.”
The plan for Waialua Beach Colony is to include a 12-foot wide private road (with a turn-around area) that will lead to all of the homesites. The private deeded beach access is actually a five-foot wide walkway to the beach for the exclusive use of all owners and their guests. There is also an 18-foot underground utility easement on the property.
- Tax Map Keys: (1) 6-7-013: 005 (download plat map here)
- Total Land Area: 61,506.7 sq. ft.
- Linear Square Feet: 124.09 +/- sq. ft.
Waialua is just a five-minute drive to Hale'iwa on the North Shore of Oahu. This charming town of Waialua was once a boom town, with the Waialua Sugar Company at the heart of its economy, but now a quaint, little plantation town offering a Saturday morning farmers market, a few locally owned shops, shave ice, a five-minute coffee farm tour, surfboard shapers and a soap factory.
Waialua has previously lived in the shadow of Haleiwa, as that community has become a mecca for winter surf and summer beach action. Today, Waialua is primarily a residential community, with tranquil towns ofMokule’ia and Ka’ena point just west of it.
Everyone in Waialua, a town of 3,700 residents, knows their neighbor, and there's a special synergy between the businesses. You're just as likely to find Waialua chocolate blended into one of the soaps as you are to find it in the shave ice, while coffee cherries end up in Waialua soda. And everyone supports surfing.
From the vast pineapple plantations near Wahiawa, to the tropical orchards of Waialua, to the more than colorful atmosphere of Haleiwa town, there's plenty to do and see