Located in a truly off-the-beaten-path of Oahu’s North Shore, Mokuleia offers magnificent beaches and serenity that cannot be matched. Located at the western end of a stretch of beaches, Mokuleia is a small, quiet community that does not experience much traffic or many visitors other than those who call the community their home.

Living a Quiet Lifestyle in Mokuleia

With no shopping centers or stores, Mokuleia is one of the quietest areas of Oahu. While Farrington Highway runs right through the community, on one side of the highway lies farms and agricultural land while the other side is the Pacific ocean. 

While there are no stores within the community, it is home to Mokuleia Beach Park. The park offers opportunities for windsurfing, snorkeling, kitesurfing and swimming. Hawaii Polo Club is also located within the community and is known for hosting local events on Sunday afternoons throughout the summer. Meanwhile, Dillingham Airfield, which offers glider rides and skydiving trips, is located a bit west of the community, while the start of the hike to Kaena Point can be found just a bit further west of the airfield. The small beach towns of Waialua and Haleiwa can also be found to the east of Mokuleia.

Given the remote location of the community, it is easy to see why those who are looking for peace and quiet with access to beautiful beaches are interested in making Mokuelia their home. 

Buying a Home in Mokuleia

As might be expected with such a lovely area, homes in Mokuleia tend to be on the more affluent end of the real estate spectrum. Homes on Crozier Lane, for example, boast magnificent views of the water during both sunrise and sunset. Many of the homes also feature lanais, offering views of the ocean and the mountains, along with large windows framing lovely beach views. 

Most of the oceanside homes in Mokuleia offer anywhere from 1,500 to 3,000 square feet of living space along with three to five bedrooms. In addition, lots within the community generally range from 5,000 to 10,000 square feet with the beach right outside the back door. 

The homes located on the mountainside of the highway tend to be less luxurious but still offer spacious layouts and amenities. Most are within easy walking or biking distance to the Waianae Mountains and it is not unusual to find a home sitting on two-acre agricultural lots within this part of the community. These homes generally offer 1,800 to 1,900 square feet of living space along with two to three bedrooms. Some even include additional studios or cottages. Other mountainside homes are around 1,500 square feet and sit on lots ranging in size from 5,000 to 8,000 square feet. 

Most homes in Mokuleia were built in the early 1930s, though some of the newer beachfront homes were built I the 1980s or 1990s. Regardless of when it was built, very few homes are available in Mokuleia. Therefore, if this is the community that you wish to call your home, it is important to jump on real estate opportunities as soon as they arrive!