Waimea Homes For Sale

Waimea translated to “Red Water” in Hawaiian is a census-designated place in the southwestern portion of the main island of Kauai County, Hawaii. Like many communities in this part of the island, Waimea is mostly rural, offering outback tours and nature hikes for tourists looking for an outdoor adventure away from the typical beach spots in the region. Waimea is known for being the place where Captain Cook first set foot in Hawaii and features beautiful spots on the beachfront areas of town. The Waimea river meets the ocean in Waimea, and half of the community is within the river basin. The area conveniently has a hospital, two grocery stores, and a bank, making it one of the relatively convenient places to move into the West Side of Kauai.

When it comes to real estate options, Waimea has an assortment of newer and older subdivisions. These communities feature a wide variety of single-family homes providing buyers a good list of properties to choose from when making their purchase. Houses in the area typically feature classic Hawaiian designs for suburban areas with distinct American and Asian influences in their architecture. Ample single-story and two-story home options allow you to pick a property that best suits your needs.

Market Overview

Neighborhood Stats

Average Sale Price

$605,067

Median Listing Price

$599,000

Median Price Per Sqft.

$549

Number of Homes

3,210

Ownership

68%

Average Sale Price in Kauai

$708,468

What's To Love

Waimea is located by the sea, offering panoramic ocean views to residents and visitors to enjoy. A pier for fishing and an ever-changing river mouth provide excellent destinations for walking from anywhere within Waimea. Waimea has restaurants and bars.

What's Not To Love

Sands in Waimea are dark, and the water is often murky due to the constant flow of the river. Limited accommodations in Waimea, though more than in Kekaha. Cesspool in Waimea discharges into the groundwater.

Is it for me?

Who is this neighborhood for

If you’re looking for a home in the rural portion of Kauai far from the busy commercial and tourist centers and close to nature, you’ve come to the right place. Waimea offers a relaxed living environment with friendly neighbors and a distinctly small-town feel. You’ll find a wealth of outdoor activities to enjoy in the community, with the area being a short drive away from the beach and the mountains. If you prefer a quiet home with a relatively reasonable price range and family-friendly home options, you’ll love what Waimea has to offer.

Find Your Home

Latest homes for sale in Waimea

27
Contingent

$775,000

9897 KAHAKAI RD

WAIMEA, HI, 96796
Beds3Baths2.01SqFt2,036MLS#641081
22
Active

$610,000

9907 KAHAKAI RD

WAIMEA, HI, 96796
Beds2Baths2SqFt1,060MLS#643361
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As a licensed real estate salesperson and a Realtor in the state of Hawaii, my task is to connect buyers and sellers of real estate and to guide my client through the transaction. Kauai island is our area of expertise, with emphasis on several specific areas and condo projects in the ‘east coast’ of the island, in addition to the south shore and westside.

Meet the locals

Who Lives on this Kauai Island?

Population

67,999

Median Age

41

Median Household Income

$81,127

Households

23,515

Kids

23%

Seniors

15%

Entertainment

Things to do in Waimea

Kikiaola Small Boat Harbor

Community harbor with ramp where you can launch your boats.

Wrangler's Steakhouse

Delicious steak restaurant serving premium beef.

Hale Puna

Landmark structure in the heart of town.

Waimea State Recreation Pier

Old pier where you can go fishing and relax.

Education

Schools in Waimea

School NameGradesAdmission
Kanu o ka Aina Learning OhanaK - 12Public
Parker SchoolK - 12Private
Waimea Elementary SchoolK - 5Public
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