Oahu real estate isn’t lacking in its luxury property offerings, and Hawaii Loa Ridge is one of the more prestigious addresses.

Developed in the 1980s, you will find Hawaii Loa Ridge by taking Kalanianaole Highway toward Aina Haina. A turn onto Pu’u’ Ikena Drive will take you on a winding journey up the hill, through this gorgeous neighborhood.

If you are seeking a refined, luxurious Hawaiian lifestyle, you will find it in Hawaii Loa Ridge.

Although the drive from Hawaii Loa Ridge to downtown Honolulu typically takes less than a half hour, most residents find it more convenient to shop at the Kahala Mall, five minutes away. With three stories of shops, restaurants and a theater, you’ll find what you need without fighting the crowds at Ala Moana.

Although many Hawaii Loa Ridge keikis attend Honolulu’s private schools, some attend the area’s public schools. These include Aina Haina Elementary School, Niu Valley Middle School and Kalani High School. 

Hawaii Loa Ridge residents have convenient access to numerous recreational activities. Further inland is a favorite hiking trail for many Oahu residents. The trail begins within the gated community and non-residents must show Hawaii resident identification to gain access. The trail has a dedicated parking lot for visitors. 

The hike along Hawaii Loa Ridge trail takes about three to four hours and offers some of Oahu’s most breathtaking scenery and views.

Also close to home is the Hawaii Loa Ridge community’s recreation and fitness facilities. The clubhouse provides meeting rooms for residents. Kids enjoy the community’s playground and, yes, there are tennis courts. Hawaii Loa Ridge also features a private resident-only park with picnic areas and a private trail for hikers. 

Hawaii Loa Ridge real estate is expensive. What is offered for the price, however, far exceeds what many other luxury communities provide. How does one put a price on amazing views of the blue Pacific, Diamond Head and Molokai?

Hawaii Loa Ridge contains over 500 homes within a gated, guard-manned community. Plan on paying almost 4 million dollars for a Hawaii Loa Ridge estate. In early 2012, the median list price for a home in the area is $3,923,219. Homes have an average square footage of a little over 5,000 square feet. Most homes were built in the mid-1990s.

Elegant. . .exclusive. . .refined: all descriptive of the hilltop community of Hawaii Loa Ridge.