What does value mean to you? Is it getting the cheapest price for something or getting the best you can for the price?
With prices starting at $399,000 and even some short sale opportunities, this project offers exceptional values for a stunning oceanfront location! There are 8 different floor plans to choose from.
Take for example a long floor plan residence that just came on the market at $795k; an identical unit, albeit two floors above with a broader view, is listed at $1.249m. If the extra space is one of your objectives and you compare $795k against the upstairs unit on the one hand and other 2bed/3bath units of similar nature listed in the $900k range, you can see the owner of the $795k condo is putting out a clear signal to sell.
One-bedroom B condos are listed between $425k and $585k; they are nicely located and the maintenance fees are always lower for a one bedroom condo. There is a nice one-bedroom residence at ground floor facing the pool and gardens with its own lawn!
Do the numbers: This 2 bed/3 bath special end unit condo is available on the outer side of the property with a surprise ocean view and it is listed at $399k; the County assesses its value at $650k!
A standard 2/3 condo that is now on the market for $499k is another good example; it was originally purchased in 2006 for $850k. It has a nice view of the pool and garden areas. This is a sleeper of a great deal!
When you look at a site plan of Waipouli Beach Resort or an aerial photograph you can see that is shaped like a horseshoe with the 8 buildings curving around the 2 acre pool area and opening up to the sea. In looking at condo numbers, those ending in even digits are on the inside of the complex looking at or across the pool area and toward or to the ocean, and the odd numbers are on the outside of the complex with partial mountain or ocean views and view of the historic coconut groves; some have surprise ocean views as well.
Let’s look at some of the “exclusive“ residences at WBR. There are deals here too!
Only 5 units enjoy the special ocean front design of Plan E. These extra large units – by an additional 300 sq ft over standard Plan D also offer 439 sq ft of lanai area! Banks of large windows and a freestanding kitchen add to the ambiance of these special residences that truly feel more like a home than a condo. Are they a steal-of-a-deal? Look at the list prices between $1.2m – 1.4m look at what you get for it – don’t forget the dramatic views – and see what the equation adds up to; a great value in an upscale oceanfront residence.
The extra-special “owner’s condo” is square-on ocean front and has soaring ceilings, a full-height glass wall between the living room and master bedroom, huge lanais off both bedrooms and the living area and special lighting, unique floor plan and specially selected granite exclusive to this unit. Priced at $2.5m, it might be seen as a value to those who are seeking a unique residence in a premier resort that is a standout.
Last but certainly not least are the six condotel units at Waipouli Beach Resort & Spa. These unique units satisfied the requirement for ADA compliant rooms at the condo-hotel. There is nothing else like them on the Island. They are popular with travelers who are only here for a short stay or don’t plan to cook anyway. Equipped with under-counter fridge and coffer maker, they have just enough to get you started in the morning for your day of exploration and adventure! Priced between $200-300k they offer a rental rate that fluctuates between $165-255 per night and they are especially attractive purchases for the investor Buyer.
Where does you concept of value lie now? This exclusive resort condo-hotel property offers more amenities than any other condo-hotel resort in Hawaii. Along with the 2-acre soft-water pool and recreation area, there is elevator access to all floors, central AC in every condo, a hotel lobby complete with beautiful Koi pond and huge port-cochere. In addition there is a first class restaurant and of course the spa facility.
The values are there in the listing prices and of course, you can always “make an offer”.