95-1050 Makaikai, Mililani, Hawaii 96789
On the Island of Oahu, Established 55+ Community of Olaloa Has Low Maintenance Condominiums, 21 Landscaped Acres, a Community Garden and More
Built between 1992 and 1993, the mellow 55+ condominium community of Olaloa is just a short drive north of Honolulu on Hawaii's Oahu island. The meaning of Olaloa is "long life," and the village prides itself on maintaining healthy lifestyles by nourishing a senior's mind, body, and soul.
Olaloa is made up of 360 units in one and two story blue, gray and tan buildings. All units on the second floor are serviced by an elevator. Studios have about 380 square feet while two bedroom units have approximately 826 square feet. Each home has an electric kitchen, and most units have a lanai. There is a community washer and dryer, but larger condos have their own hook-ups. The 21 acres of green spaces, trees and bushes create a lush, soothing environment. Parking areas are available throughout the community. Resales begin in the high-$100,000s. Please verify this price with a Realtor as it is bound to change. HOA dues help pay for cable, sewer, water, common area maintenance, and amenities. Pets are welcome, but restrictions apply.
The community is gated, secure and fully staffed. Weight training, chair stretch, Tai Chi, Qigong, and flower arrangement are just a few of the scheduled classes. Neighbors meet for movie nights, karaoke potlucks, and ukulele jams. The community center is a little dated but has an exercise room, a lounge, a ballroom, and a well-appointed library. The community garden is particularly popular.
Olaloa is surrounded by trails, two forest reserves, and a wildlife refuge. The Ewa Forest Reserve permits camping. The nearby Wahaiwa Freshwater State Park is open for picnicking as well as shore and boat fishing. The Patsy T. Mink Regional Park has tennis courts, an Olympic-size pool, and an archery range. The Mililani Golf Club, a par-72 course, is open to the public.
Mililani does not have a hospital, but Wahiawa General Hospital is just five miles away in Wahiawa and is accredited by the Joint Commission.
On average, this area receives 58 inches of rain each year. Temperatures are in the 60s, 70s and 80s year round.
Visit www.olaloaretirement.com for more information. Go to http://tinyurl.com/jvf3xjo for listings.
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