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House For Sale 59- 367 Ke Nui Road ,- Haleiwa,Hawaii

About: 59-367 Ke Nui Road, Haleiwa, HawaiiCatch a Wave and You're Sitting on Top of the WorldWhere else can you sit on your porch and literally have a front row seat to view the spectacular, world famous wave called Pipeline? It is rare that a property comes up for sale in this stretch of the Ke Nui neighborhood located on the beautiful North Shore of Oahu.

59-367 Ke Nui Road, Haleiwa, Hawaii

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    It’s easy to see why Hawaii has become synonymous with paradise. Just look at these sugary beaches, Technicolor coral reefs and volcanoes beckoning adventurous spirits.

    Island Style

    Floating all by itself in the middle of the Pacific, Hawaii proudly maintains its own distinct identity apart from the US mainland. Spam, shave ice, surfing, ukulele and slack key guitar music, hula, pidgin, aloha shirts, ‘rubbah slippah’ (flip-flops) – these are just some of the touchstones of everyday life, island style. Pretty much everything here feels easygoing, low-key and casual, bursting with genuine aloha and fun. You’ll be equally welcome whether you’re a globe-trotting surf bum, a beaming couple of fresh-faced honeymooners or a big, multigenerational family with rambunctious kids.

    Modern Multiculturalism

    Hawaii is as proud of its multicultural heritage as it is of former US President Barack Obama, who was born in Honolulu on Oʻahu. On these Hawaiian Islands, the descendants of ancient Polynesians, European explorers, American missionaries and Asian plantation immigrants mix and mingle. What’s remarkable about contemporary Hawaii is that harmonious multiculturalism is the rule, not the exception. Boisterous arts and cultural festivals keep diverse community traditions alive, from Hawaiian outrigger canoe races to Japanese taiko drumming. Come here to see what the future of the USA could be.

    Why I Love Hawaii

    By Sara Benson, Writer

    On my first trip to Hawaii, I landed on Maui almost broke and with my luggage lost in transit. No problem: I camped with a permit by the beach, plucked ripe guava from trees and spent days hiking in Haleakalā National Park. Since that serendipitous first island sojourn, I’ve lived and traveled around the archipelago, from the Big Island’s geological wonderland to the emerald river valleys of Kauaʻi to the big city of Honolulu, whose backstreets now seem as familiar as my hometown. When it comes to Hawaii, I’m always ready to go again. Hana hou!

    Play Outside

    Just as in days of old, life in Hawaii is lived outdoors. Whether it’s surfing, swimming, fishing or picnicking with the ʻohana (extended family and friends), encounters with nature are infused with the traditional Hawaiian value of aloha ʻaina – love and respect for the land.

    Go hiking across ancient lava flows and down fluted pali (sea cliffs). Learn to surf, the ancient Hawaiian sport of ‘wave sliding,’ and then snorkel or dive with giant manta rays and sea turtles. Kayak to a deserted offshore island or hop aboard a whale-watching cruise. Back on land, ride horseback with paniolo, Hawaii’s cowboys.

    Natural Beauty

    Snapshots of these islands scattered in the cobalt blue Pacific Ocean are heavenly, without the need for any embellishment by tourist brochures. Sunrises and sunsets are so spectacular that they’re cause for celebration all by themselves, such as atop Haleakalā volcano on Maui. As tropical getaways go, Hawaii couldn’t be easier or more worth the trip, though be aware that visiting these Polynesian isles isn’t always cheap. But whether you’re dreaming of swimming in crystal waterfall pools or lazing on golden-sand beaches, you can find what you’re looking for here.

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    Longitude : W156° 25' 2''
    Latitude : N19° 53' 48.4''
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