Commanding views in Lower Punchbowl
Perched on the 17th floor of the condominium 999 Wilder in Lower Punchbowl, this one-bedroom penthouse offers expansive views and a unique floor plan.
“It’s a one-of-a-kind unit, wide enough that it has two living room areas,” says realtor Karen Robertshaw of Prudential Locations LLC. “But you’ll really want it for its phenomenal view.”
The 1,084-square-foot unit commands views of Diamond Head, the ocean and the metro area from its lanais. One is off the living area, the other off the master bedroom.
With the extra-wide living space, a formal dining area and a large kitchen, you’d better be ready to don your host hat. Your place may become the gathering spot for friends and family.
No need to cram extra dressers in the master bedroom for your belongings, a walk-in closet provides ample storage.
The price includes one covered parking stall. And for all of those soirées you’ll be having, there’s plenty of guest parking. Click here for details.
Fuzz factor: Sorry, no pets are allowed.
In the neighborhood: If you’re fond of taking solitary strolls (and are not spooked easily), you can take a walk through the historic Makiki Cemetery – said to be the oldest Japanese cemetery in the state. It’s just a minute or two down the street.