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In Hawaiian, “ewa” means crooked and one glance at the boundary map for the neighborhood demonstrates the appropriateness of its name. Its erratic boundary involves many angles, with one long stretch along the ocean between Oneula Beach Park to the west and Ewa Beach Club on its eastern edge. The neighborhood lies within Honolulu County. A coastal community, the population of Ewa Beach is roughly 15,120 people, making it the 15th largest community in Hawaii.
The ocean is what makes Ewa Beach a popular spot for tourists. Visitors and locals alike enjoy strolling along the bays, enjoying the beach and soaking in the ocean views. In addition, there are five golf courses in Ewa Beach including two city and county courses, Ewa Villages Golf Course and West Loch Golf Course, and the private courses include Ewa Beach Golf Club, Coral Creek Golf Course and Hawaiian Prince Golf Course.
Ewa Beach is a neighborhood on Oahu with roots in the sugar cane industry, but more recently known as one of the more affordable places for people to buy newer homes on Oahu. Ewa Beach is an ethnically diverse, wonderful neighborhood for families, with many of the homes in the area being occupied full time which has led to creating a stable community. It is the family make-up of the Ewa Beach community that has helped it gain the reputation of having the lowest crime rate in the county.
Ewa Beach has great public transportation and excellent schools. While a drive to Honolulu for work can be tedious, the ability to take the bus in reduces commute time and adds to the quality of life for the area’s residents. Schools in Ewa Beach include Holomua, Ewa Beach, Ka‘imiloa and Pohakea for elementary schools, Ilima Intermediate School, James Campbell High School, and Our Lady of Perpetual Help School and Lanakila Baptist for private schools. The quality of education is a driving force for families buying Ewa Beach real estate.
Ewa Beach is a local neighborhood offering families the opportunity to get rooted in an oceanfront community that is not as exclusive as other waterfront neighborhoods. Living in Ewa Beach affords residents the opportunity to get to know one another and grow as a community.
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