Known for beautiful weather throughout the year, it is not surprising that more than 17,000 people make Wahiawa their home. Surrounded on three sides by Lake Wilson, Wahiawa offers spectacular scenery. Although it is primarily an agricultural community, the city has a large military establishment because the US Army has three facilities in the immediate area. Local residents rave about the peaceful lifestyle, friendly neighbors and relaxed vibe.
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Rising Home Values! Because no one wants to buy a home that is a money pit, it is important to look for a property that increases in value. Luckily, Zillow predicts that home values in Wahiawa will rise 5% from their current level of $483,800. Excellent values are available on rent to own homes in neighborhoods like Kaena Loop at Kawailoa Beach.
Lots of New Listings! In just one year, Wahiawa has seen a record increase in the number of homes for sale. Since March 2014, there has been a 14% increase in the number of listings and a 20% increase in sales. This means that you will be able find plenty of options in an area like Whitmore Village and California Ave.
Enjoy Fine Hawaiian Cuisine! Food in Hawaii is known to incorporate dishes from the state's diverse history. Visit Maui Mike's Fire Roasted Chicken and sample their delicious assortment of BBQ chicken meals. Be sure to ask for the chili cheese fries for a flavor explosion. For casual vibes and the best cup of joe on the island, make a detour to Surfer's Coffee Bar.
Waterfront Living at its Best! Nestled between two volcanoes, Wahiawa may not be located on the Pacific Ocean but this does not mean it doesn't offer waterfront views. One of the few locations in Hawaii with two ponds, Wahiawa offers sailing, swimming and relaxing at both Lake Wilson and the Wahiawa Reservoir.
Experience the Great Outdoors! Head to the Wahiawa Botanical Garden for 27 acres of pure natural bliss. Situated in a tropical rain forest, the botanical gardens cost nothing to visit and feature native Hawaiian plants. For a refreshing afternoon that includes samples of fruity concoctions, make a beeline for the Dole Plantation. Admission to the park is free and activities include a pineapple cutting demonstration, a tour of the grounds and much more.
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