Diamond Head / Kahala
The Diamond Head Lighthouse marks Oahu’s most southern point. Also known as Mount Leahi, Diamond Head is the most iconic and photographed landmark in Hawaii.
The ambiance of the Diamond Head neighborhood is exceptional and like no other neighborhood on Oahu. Just southeast of Waikiki and only minutes from the modern conveniences of Honolulu city life, the Diamond Head neighborhood is in one of the very best locations to live on Oahu. It offers a unique Hawaii lifestyle – just minutes away from the beach, shopping, places to enjoy waters sports and outdoor activities, and world-class restaurants. From the oceanfront Gold Coast condo community near Kapiolani Park to Black Point and Kahala, the Diamond Head neighborhood is home to many who enjoy the peace and serenity of living oceanfront or in a spectacular estate perched on the slopes of Diamond Head with awesome views. Many of the homes in the Diamond Head area are among the top tier of homes in Hawaii. Enjoy your own private Hawaii resort!
Just minutes from Waikiki, the serene upscale neighborhood of Kahala is famous for its large concentration of luxurious estates and beachfront properties which include some of the most expensive homes in the entire state. Having a Kahala Avenue address is synonymous with wealth and grand achievement. The Kahala community is composed of mansion-like estates with sprawling grounds and public access to quiet beaches along the Kahala coast. Kahala residents enjoy the convenience of its close proximity to many of Kahala’s features including wonderful restaurants, grocery stores, and the Kahala Mall. At the edge of Kahala, the Wai‘alae Country Club offers a members-only, 18-hole golf course that has been home to the Sony Open for many years. The famous Kahala Hotel & Resort has hosted U.S. Presidents, international dignitaries, and discerning visitors from around the world. It is frequented by Kahala residents who enjoy its world- class spa and dining options.
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