Escape to Sharks Cove
59-646 Kamehameha Highway Haleiwa, Hawaii 96712 United States

$1,380,000 FS
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Dianne Willoughby
  • HI License RB-15951
4211 Waialae Avenue, Suite 100
Honolulu, Hawaii 96816 United States
Brian McDonald
  • HI License RS-78016
4211 Waialae Avenue, Suite 100
Honolulu, Hawaii 96816 United States
$1,380,000 FS
6
Bedrooms
3
Full Baths
2,840 Sq Ft.
Interior
.133 Acres
Exterior
Single Family Home
1964
Year Built
2000
Year Renovated
KDK97L
Web Id
201726300
MLS ID
Hawaii Department of Education
School District
22
days ago

About 59-646 Kamehameha Highway

Imagine being part of one of the world’s greatest surfing communities. Whether you are a surfer, a fan of surfing or just love the beach, this dream house in this surf-centric location puts you at the heart of Oahu’s North Shore Community. Wake up every morning and look out your bedroom window to check out the snorkeling conditions across the road at Shark’s Cove. This recently updated house is flanked by three famous surf spots – Waimea Bay, Sunset Beach and Bonzai Pipeline known for the annual Triple Crown of Surfing. Brand new appliances and granite countertops in the kitchens and a rooftop PV system. With three separate living spaces, six bedrooms and three baths, you’ll have plenty of room for visitors. Property is enclosed by a lava rock wall providing additional privacy and security.

The beaches on Oahu’s North Shore are legendary for the gigantic waves of Waimea Bay and Sunset Beach and surfing competitions, but the North Shore is much more than a surfing destination. It is also home to Haleiwa Town, a charming mix of art galleries, restaurants, cafes, farmers markets, quaint boutiques and surf shops. Haleiwa maintains a laid-back lifestyle; a place where time slows down, and residents and visitors embrace the creations of its artistic community. A multitude of galleries showcase artists in genres and mediums ranging from pottery, jewelry, sculpture, and wood carving to photography and watercolors. Restaurants, food trucks and a variety of eateries in Haleiwa Town are also legendary (Matsumoto Shave Ice and Kua Aina Sandwich Shop are two), many serving locally grown produce, just- caught fish or Hawaii grown beef.

Haleiwa’s North Shore Marketplace deserves special mention because of its unique architecture which is reflective of the many cultures brought to Hawaii by immigrants who worked in the pineapple fields in the 1800s. Homes in the North Shore area range from beach-style shacks and moderately priced condos to high-priced beachfront homes.

Located between Kaena Point and Kahuku Point, and about an hour’s drive from Waikiki, the North Shore is also home to the famous Turtle Bay Resort which has two world-class golf courses. Another popular attraction is the Polynesian Cultural Center which is a theme park and living museum.

The North Shore also includes Waialua, southwest of Haleiwa, a former sugar mill town and a quiet, close-knit residential area with a rich plantation history. Many descendants of sugar plantation workers who arrived in Hawaii in the early 1900s still live in Waialua. The workers emigrated largely from China, Portugal, Puerto Rico, the Philippines, Japan, and Korea. The Waialua Sugar Mill hosts a handful of retail shops and eateries as well as the weekly Waialua Farmer’s Market. Waialua is in the process of going through new development, but its residents are committed to maintaining its country charm.

Amenities

  • Balcony
  • Dishwasher
  • Fenced Yard
  • Refrigerator
  • Storage
  • Hardwood Flooring
  • Workshop
  • Washer Included
  • Dryer Included

features

cooling
Ceiling Fan, Wall or Window Air Conditioner(s)
Parking Stalls
2
lot description
Bike Paths, Wooded, Jogging / Biking Path, State Road, Other Beach, Rock Beach
Lifestyle
Aquatic Activities, Country Living, Fishing, Outdoor Activities, Suburban, Hiking

Property Feature

Age
Over 50 Years Old