Manoa subdivision, located across from the UH President’s home, in the College Hill district, is comprised of three parcels. In 2011, a two-story residence was built on lot 3-C, a 6,200 square feet flag lot. The custom home, with an interior square footage of 3,389, features a vaulted ceiling in the living room, recessed lights, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths on the first floor and second floor. Lot 3-A is 5,000 square feet. Lot 3-B is 3,800 square feet, a “Zero Lot Line”. Listing details is for lot 3-C only. Subdivision information is based on public records. Seller will only provide K-2 surveys, dated March 16, 2012. Buyer to conduct their own due diligence regarding restrictions, regulations, requirements, easements, & all other matters. Property conveyed "As Is".
Detach Single Family, Zero Lot Line
Cable, Internet, Public Water, Sewer Fee, Underground Electricity, Water
This Single Family Residence is priced at $3,600,000 and located at 2289 Kamehameha Ave, . With 6 Bedrooms and 4.00 Bathrooms, it offers a total of 3389 Square feet. This Residential was built in 2011 and its status is Active. 2289 Kamehameha Ave is in proximity to Schools. This property is represented by Lynn C Plantz of Coldwell Banker Pacific Prop., our team of Realtors can represent you at no additional cost.
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