Diamond Head Vista
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Listed at $485,000 FS
Apt. 2603 has been lived in about two months a year only for almost two decades.
The current owner is a Japanese national using it only as a
vacation home and has never rented it.
On the day of the photos, there had been no preparation of the unit whatsoever.
It was cluttered, not particularly clean and there were several people
I had to shoot photos around. No "effort" is being made to enhance this property
for sale. It is assumed it will sell itself.
While it is livable as-is, it is almost entirely in "original condition" with all original tile flooring,
cabinets, sinks, contertops, fixtures, etc. & some original appliances.
Newer refrigerator and washer/dryer included.
The large, usable, open lanai has never had floor
upgrades and there is "dated" wallpaper in several rooms. It can be viewed
as a project, or an opportunity to create a masterpiece!
A recent sale of unit 2003 (same exact floor plan six floors below) fetched $565,000
after being upgraded.
Of course, the view is spectacular.
The real value of DHV is it's unique location on the Diamond Head edge of Waikiki.
From the 26th floor you easily clear most of the lower buildings in the area
and the expansive unobstructed views out over Kapiolani Park, Diamond Head,
Gold Coast, & Queens Surf, are truly unmatched by any other building in Waikiki.
This is why it's called Diamond Head Vista! View from lanai in photo series left to right below
Kapiolani Park and Gold Coast condos at foot of Diamond Head
end of Kapahulu Ave. where it meets Kalakaua Ave and beach.
out over buildings to water
from living room looking back at kitchen. (new re-models remove walls and open kitchen to living room)
left side of kitchen lower counter/cabinets. notice mirrored living room wall in "pass-through" opening
left side of kitchen upper cabinets
right side of kitchen, bathroom behind wall to right
peek into bedroom from hallway door opposite bathroom
bedroom walls are all clean and unblemished but covered in a dated wallpaper design
peek into bedroom from living room
lanai floor is original painted concrete and very dirty here from non-use
on lanai looking back into bedroom at sunset. Glass dirty, curtains stained, no one lives here most of the time
Close-up of original tile floor in kitchen, bath and foyer/hallway
Washer-dryer tucked in closet in bathroom