Rent to Own Homes near Schofield Barracks, HI

  • Established in 1908 as a base for the U.S. Army's Pearl Harbor mobile defense, Schofield Barracks is now home to the 25th Infantry Division. The barracks lie in the foothills of the Waianae mountain range, 20 miles northwest of Honolulu. The area's proximity to plentiful amenities and popular attractions, along with reduced housing costs for military personnel, increase Schofield Barracks' popularity as a place to call home.

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Top 4 Reasons to Live in Schofield Barracks, HI

  • Choice of neighborhoods! The privatization of Schofield Barracks housing has seen several distinct areas spring up. As you might expect, housing in Main Barracks, which is close to the Commissary and the PX, include dorm-style and modern apartment living, while the upgraded homes around the stylish Wilikina Drive area are typically home to officers and their families. Enlisted personnel generally reside in the properties located in the neighborhood known as West of Main Post.
  • Glorious weather! If there's one thing that's almost guaranteed if you choose to live in Hawaii, it's the enviable weather, and Schofield Barracks is no exception. Make the most of more than 300 sunny days each year, often perfectly cooled by a gentle breeze, to indulge in water sports on Lake Wilson or wander through Dole's Pineapple Plantation and the stunning Wahiawa Botanical Garden. If you're up for a challenge, the nearby Garden Maze, considered the largest maze in the world, is happy to oblige.
  • Ample amenities! Life at a military barracks certainly has its perks. Enjoy a multitude of green spaces, such as Cannoneer Field, Watts Field and the Kalakaua Community Park, or keep fit at the Stoneman Stadium complex, where you'll find facilities include a lighted soccer field, a running track and a lengthy fitness trail with eight activity stations. In the center of the barracks, a bowling alley, a community library and several fast food restaurants are among the amenities.
  • Attractive housing options! The majority of future residents in Schofield Barracks will be entitled to a basic allowance for housing that can be put toward the cost of a mortgage or a monthly rental payment. Rent to own houses may also be possible. You can expect a reasonable payment in the region of $1,956 to $3,933, depending on rank and dependents. The allowance can be used on homes within the boundaries of the barracks, and also for off-post homes, such as those in the neighboring towns of Mililani and Wahiawa.