Located 25 miles north of the airport is a low-key, relaxed, family-oriented community called Kilauea. The town, rich in history, is grounded by its modest beginnings as a sugar cane plantation. Several historic buildings, such as the Kong Lung Historic Market Center, Kilauea Point Lighthouse, the stone church and elementary school remain and are active displays of this bygone time.

Real Estate Statistics

Average Price $1M
Lowest Price $6K
Highest Price $29M
Total Listings 2,768
Avg. Days On Market 169
Avg. Price/SQFT $766

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Outdoor activities abound for people of all ages in this north shore enclave. Anaina Hou Community Park boasts a mini golf course surrounded by a botanical garden, the 4.5-mile (7.2 km) Wai Koa Loop Trail, and a children’s playground. Enjoy refreshments at the park’s café or local fare at the weekly farmer’s market. Beachgoers have several strands to choose from. Kalihiwai Beach provides sun, shade, and easy access. Those more energetic can hike the steep trail to secluded Kauapea Beach, also known as Secret Beach or Secrets. 

Leisurely stroll the restaurants, shops and services in the heart of Kilauea. Landmark buildings made of fieldstone and newer construction such as the Kilauea Lighthouse Village accommodate the amenities needed for residents and visitors alike. 

Whether you’re looking for a home in a traditional neighborhood, a gated community (Seacliff Plantation) or country living on an estate with acreage (Kaihiwai Ridge), Kilauea, abundant in local personality, is a small town that leaves a big impression.

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