Hawaii Loa Ridge | A neighborhood overview.

Life on the ridge is genuinely unique and beautiful, with breathtaking views and magnificent private retreats.



Hawaii Loa Ridge is one of Oahu’s most affluent and private neighborhoods. The neighborhood is situated on a meandering ridge in Aina Haina, close to other luxury areas such as Kahala and Portlock. This East Oahu area is known for its valued ocean views and custom-built homes, providing a secluded escape for those who can afford it. The homeowner’s organization provides a 24-hour guard service at the gated entry for added privacy and security for its inhabitants.


Most estates include over an acre of beautifully landscaped gardens and lawns, with architectural styles ranging from modern to Mediterranean to contemporary. Tennis courts, a park with picnic spots, 24-hour mobile security, a community building, well-maintained common landscape areas, and a professionally managed homeowners association are among the facilities of Hawaii Loa Ridge.


Hawaii Loa Ridge was developed in the mid-1980s, and houses are still being built there today. The Hawaii Loa Ridge neighborhood is all about luxury and the size of the homes vary between 2,500 and 10,000 square feet. The lots range in size from 8,000 to 30,000 square feet. The beautiful views from Diamond Head to Koko Head, the gated neighborhood, and accessibility to downtown Honolulu are all features that lure people to Hawaii Loa Ridge. Shopping and dining may be found in Kahala, Aina Haina, and Hawaii Kai, which are all just a short drive away.

Known For

Exclusionary Luxury

One of Oahu's most affluent and exclusive neighborhoods. Secluded, quiet, and tranquil and only 20 minutes from town.

Excellent For Families

A wonderful location for families with award-winning public schools and a variety of indoor and outdoor activities.

Scenic Views

Diamond Head to the west and Koko Head crater to the east frame some of the island's most stunning ocean views.

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