Tucked away between two larger condominiums on the waterfront, the 10-story Oceanside Manor feels like an exclusive hideaway within Honolulu’s already secluded and desirable “Gold Coast” enclave. At only two units per floor, few residential towers in Hawaii can compete with Oceanside Manor’s level of privacy, which adds to its allure. Units feature balconies that offer views of tranquil ocean vistas—a seascape of gentle waves, sunsets, rainbows and whales breaching in winter.
Set along the coastal tip of Diamond Head Crater, the petite Gold Coast area is a world unto itself. In addition to 17 upscale residential condominiums mostly built in the 1960s and still commanding top dollar, it includes the members-only Elks Club and Outrigger Canoe Club, two boutique hotels, two fashionable beaches and three upscale restaurants. Framing this exciting collection of properties is the 200-acre Kapiolani Park, with tennis courts, an aquarium, a zoo and a concert amphitheater. Central Waikiki is only a 10-minute walk along the beachfront. This stretch of coastline has attracted the rich and famous for more than a century.
Oceanside Manor is a fee simple concrete-construction condominium built in 1963. Eighteen two-bedroom, one-bath units are divided down the centerline of the building so that each apartment features an equal balance of ocean views from front balconies and park/Diamond Head views from back balconies. Other building features include a recreation room, parking and secured entry. The property has an extraordinarily high percentage of owner occupancy, creating a safe and settled atmosphere. Pets may be permitted.
Key attractions near Oceanside Manor include:
+ Members-only Outrigger Canoe Club and Elks Club
+ Upscale oceanfront dining at Michel’s and Hau Tree Lanai
+ Kapiolani Park, with tennis courts, Honolulu Zoo and Waikiki Aquarium
+ Central Waikiki, only a 10-minute stroll along parkland beachfront
+ Waikiki Elementary School, one of Hawaii’s highest-ranking public schools