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Popular Wahiawa Apartments
Wahiawa, Hawaii, 96786
2 Bedrooms$1,405 - $1,585
3+ Bedrooms$1,655 - $1,880
Honolulu, Hawaii, 96819
3 BedroomsUp to $1,473
Honolulu, Hawaii, 96817
1 Bedroom$1,455 - $1,620
2 Bedrooms$1,665 - $1,760
3+ Bedrooms$1,855 - $2,385
Waipahu, Hawaii, 96797
2 Bedrooms$1,489 - $1,684
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Sweet Rentals in Wahiawa, Hawaii
Does your current town leave a sour taste in your mouth? Searching for a place that offers a sweeter quality of life, and more vitamin C? It’s time to start living a more fruitful existence. Wahiawa is famous for its abundant amount of delicious pineapples. Whether you like pina coladas or getting caught in the rain, you’ll love living in this delicious town. Enjoy breathtaking views, beautiful weather, and the positive health effects of proper manganese intake. Leave your bitter town and head to Wahiawa for a truly sweet living situation. Just save some fruit salad for your roommate.
Thirsty for Wahiawa, Hawaii Rental Rates?
Join the Central Oahu Art Group and show off your awesome macaroni art. Find a roommate and talk pineapple-based recipes over a meal at Maui Mike's Fire-Roasted Chicken. Locate a second roommate and bond over bogeys at the Hawaii Country Club. If you’re wondering how much rentals in the area generally go for, just check out some of the most popular listings above and get an idea of the cost of one, two, and three bedroom apartments. Start looking for an apartment in Wahiawa, Hawaii by checking out some of the rentals listed below.
The Place of Noise
Are the meows of thousands of stray cats keeping you up at night in the big city? Could you hear a pin drop walking down Main Street in your small town? Rent one of these amazing apartments and live in a town that’s just right noise-wise. In Hawaiian, the word “Wahiawa” means “place of noise,” a reference to a time in the town’s history when residents could hear heavy surf from afar. You’ll find the noise levels are indicative of a small-sized city. With a population of 16,151 as of the 2010 census, there’s enough people here to keep things from getting creepily quiet, but not so many you’ll have to tie a pillow around your face to fall asleep at night. This charming town is not only easy on the ears, but on the eyes as well, offering spectacular views and gorgeous weather year-round. According to the Hawaii Tourism Authority, you can “find the island paradise you’ve been searching for” on Oahu, in which Wahiawa is located. Whether you’ve been searching for rental nirvana or you just have a voracious appetite for pineapple, you’ll love living in the “place of noise.” Just keep your shower singing down to a dull roar.
History and Sites to See
If your current town’s idea of culture is a weekly karaoke night, you’re in for an enriching experience once you make the move. Explore the community’s many beautiful and historical sites and you’ll forget all about all those times you failed to hit the high note in “We Are The Champions.” If you don’t think watching tipsy people sing songs in dive bars is the picture of beauty, visit the Wahiawa Botanical Garden and treat your eyes to beautiful vegetation. This 27-acre garden is open all year long and offers a glimpse into Hawaii’s native plant life. Still can’t get those awful renditions of “Paradise by the Dashboard Light” out of your mind? Explore Wahiawa’s rich history and visit the Kukaniloko Birthstones State Historic Site. According to Hawaii State Parks, this five acre site “is one of the most significant cultural sites on Oahu.” See where kings lived and famous battles were fought. Rent one of these amazing apartments and you’ll never have to resort to singing “Welcome to the Jungle” with your roommate on a Friday night ever again. Unless of course you really want to.
Pineapple and Other Produce
You can’t move to a beautiful city like Wahiawa and sit in your apartment all day eating pineapple, no matter how much you care about your complexion. Luckily, the city hosts great events all year to keep you from taking in too much vitamin C. There are many great events in the Honolulu area, one of the most popular being the Pineapple Festival. Mingle with your new neighbors and get your pineapple fix at this two day event. Drawing an estimated 6,000 people a year, the Pineapple Festival features live music, children’s games, crafts, and plenty of the city’s most famous produce. If you need to offset some of that vitamin C, visit the weekly famers’ market sponsored by the Wahiawa Community Based Development Organization. Chat with area farmers and replace all the food your roommate stole. Rent one of these fine apartments and you’ll have fun and make friends all year. At the very least, your roommates will stop complaining about the overpowering smell of pineapple throughout the apartment.
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