TidBIT: King Kamehameha II had a vacation home in Ewa Beach. He also mined salt nearby at White Plains in Kanehili.
Enjoy the comforts of a private, beachfront home on Ewa Beach Road. Ewa Beach Road has a small, sleepy beach-town atmosphere. Watch endangered birds, sealife, and flora from the lawn or sit with the sandcrabs on the beach. Spend quality family time tucked away in a well-furnished, traditional, beachfront home on sunny Ewa Beach Road with the convenience of shopping centers, banks, restaurants (personal favorite is Russo's coal-fired pizzas), and Hoakalei Resort just a mile away.
Get the local experience and have Karen, your host, show you everyone's favorite swimming spot. She can show you the birds she rescues and tell you where to go to see ancient ruins. Our local experience includes ukulele playing neighbors, watching them fish, relaxing on the patio at sunset, and walking miles of natural shoreline.
Have a romantic dinner at sunset under the umbrella on the patio. Help yourself to the Rosemary. They make excellent skewers for the BBQ.
The kitchen is equipped with microwave, china, crystal, cookware, coffee pot, toaster, blender, Breville oven, etc. There are beach toys in the Hale Menehune (small shed).
The master bedroom to the north has a comfortable queen bed and private bath. The children's room on the west has two twin beds. The southwest facing bedroom has a queen-sized bed in an oriental theme.
The property is fenced to provide security and privacy. You can join the excitement downtown or sit on the beach lawn and enjoy the Honolulu city lights. The view of Diamond Head is unobstructed. The sunrises are warm and wonderful. The colorful sunsets are relaxing and the moon is cause for song.
Come prepared for the sun or stop at any of the convenient stores along the way for sunscreen. Do not purchase any sunscreen with oxybenzone and octinoxate. Hawaii has banned these chemicals which damage coral. Please do your part to save our coral reefs and use a sunscreen with a physical blocker like zinc oxide or titanium oxide.
Please pardon the vog while Kilauea continues to erupt.
Mahalo, Karen in Ewa Beach
Christian-owned and operated, smoking is not permitted on the property and the State does not allow smoking on the beach. More than 2 million butts were found on our coastal shores on one day of cleanup. That's twice the amount of food wrappers and containers found on that day. Our shore birds eat the butts and die of starvation. We need to step up and help our environment to be able to continue to be the paradise everyone enjoys.
Thank you for your understanding and your effort to sustain the beauty of Hawaii. W00960618-01
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