Wahiawa

Wahiawa maintains a down-to-earth atmosphere and offers all of the best elements of suburban living. Locals welcome the privilege of living within close proximity to sights and attractions, locally-owned businesses, parks, and restaurants as well as easy commuting options to urban centers. With modern conveniences and developments, it is easy to see why Wahiawa is such an appealing locale.

About Wahiawa

Wahiawa is a Central Oahu neighborhood that features well-maintained parks, forests, lakes, reservoirs, and mountain views. The atmosphere is complete with sprawling preserved land and agricultural fields, and its secluded charm is only a stone’s throw from nearby urban centers. This locale also boasts numerous historical and cultural attractions, botanical gardens, recreation centers, and modern conveniences, offering a lifestyle that is nothing short of ideal. Locally-owned restaurants are staples of the Wahiawa community, and the area’s selection of shops and small businesses allow residents to have every one of their needs met with ease. Residents of Wahiawa enjoy access to many natural attractions including The Wahiawa District Park, The Wahiawa Recreation Center, The Wahiawa Freshwater State Recreation Area, and The Ewa Forest Reser

Wahiawa is a Central Oahu neighborhood that features well-maintained parks, forests, lakes, reservoirs, and mountain views. The atmosphere is complete with sprawling preserved land and agricultural fields, and its secluded charm is only a stone’s throw from nearby urban centers. This locale also boasts numerous historical and cultural attractions, botanical gardens, recreation centers, and modern conveniences, offering a lifestyle that is nothing short of ideal. Locally-owned restaurants are staples of the Wahiawa community, and the area’s selection of shops and small businesses allow residents to have every one of their needs met with ease. Residents of Wahiawa enjoy access to many natural attractions including The Wahiawa District Park, The Wahiawa Recreation Center, The Wahiawa Freshwater State Recreation Area, and The Ewa Forest Reserve. Local retail and shopping destinations such as Foodland, Walgreens, and Wahiawa Shopping Center are also perfect quick stops for the town’s residents. Wahiawa combines modern life with rural charm, preserving its trademark sense of ease and deeply rooted culture while being within reach of the excitement of Downtown Honolulu. This community is perpetually undergoing developments and improvements, providing homebuyers with an amazing selection of homes within an area that blends all of the best elements of Hawaii living.

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Stunning Aerial Footage of Wahiawa

Hawaii is renowned for its awe-inspiring natural beauty, and the Wahiawa area is the epitome of the breathtaking sights and gorgeous landscapes that residents have the privilege of experiencing every day. With magnificent mountain ranges, endless preserved forestry, and lush parks, the grandeur of this locale is absolutely astonishing. Take an aerial tour of Wahiawa and witness the exceptional splendor of the Hawaii Islands.

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Where To Drink, Dine, Shop, Relax & Recline

Residents of Wahiawa are afforded the privileged opportunity to take advantage of the abundant locally-owned bars, restaurants, cafes, shops, businesses, and attractions in the area.

Wahiawa Sales Data

Wahiawa has a thriving real estate market with a diverse selection of homes that are in consistently high demand due to the first-rate quality of this location.

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Neighborhood Demographics & Stats

The Wahiawa area is marked by the rich and vibrant culture of its magnificent community. This locale is filled with a warm and kind-hearted atmosphere, and residents possess a genuine neighborhood spirit that is highlighted by celebratory local events.

Population by Age Level. Median Age 38.93. Households: 5,818.

In Thousand of Dollars. (Median Income: $57,519)

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Wahiawa Schools & Education

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Wahiawa is served by the Central Oahu Public School District which features a selection of elementary, intermediate, and high schools, as well as a community school for continuing education. The area also features a number of private and charter school options.

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