Diamond Head | Luxury Listings & Neighborhood Guide
The Diamond Head neighborhood is one of the most desirable neighborhoods on Oahu, offering a lifestyle unlike any other. Houses for sale in Diamond Head tend to get a premium price point due to its prime location between Waikiki and the dormant Diamond Head crater. This neighborhood is within the larger Diamond Head region, named for the famous natural landmark.
Diamond Head Luxury Homes & Condos For Sale
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Diamond Head takes its name from the iconic Diamond Head volcanic tuff cone that towers in the background, with hiking trails on the interior and jogging trails around the base. And with multiple beaches and the 300-acre Kapiolani Park in walking distance, it’s easy to maintain a healthy lifestyle. Afterwards - Monsarrat Avenue in Diamond Head has plenty of options to satisfy that worked up hunger.
Located on the eastern side of Honolulu, Diamond Head is bordered on the West by Waikiki, north by Kapahulu and Kaimuki, east by Kahala, and south by the Pacific Ocean. Scroll down, or click the anchors below to learn more about the different aspects of the neighborhood.
This luxurious neighborhood has everything you could ever need. One of the most coveted neighborhoods in Hawaii, Diamond Head offers an ambiance like no other. There are boutique shops and restaurants, mature Hawaiian plant life, a calm and relaxed vibe - all within a short walk, bike, drive or Uber of Waikiki.
Click on the icon in the top left of the map above to view the various amenities available in the Diamond Head neighborhood.
Diamond Head is one of the most coveted neighborhoods in Oahu, bringing a family-friendly atmosphere to the table. It has great access to both public and private schools with lots of open green space close to home.
The public schools in and around the Diamond Head Neighborhood are Mayor John H. Wilson Elementary School, Kahala Elementary School, Kalani High School, and Kaimuki Middle School. Learn more about this at the Hawaii State Department of Education.
Listed below are a few of the more popular private schools located near the Diamond Head Neighborhood.
'Iolani recruits teachers from across the world, bringing a wealth of experience united by a love of children. Although the school is related to the Episcopal Church, it has no restrictions on religious background or gender - only scholastic ability.
'Iolani is located at 563 Kamoku Street in Honolulu, 10 minutes by car from the Diamond Head Neighborhood.
Punahou School is one of the largest private schools in the country with over 3,700 students enrolled. Among the ranks of its graduates are such names as former president Barack Obama, golf star Michelle Wie, and more.
Punahou is located at 1601 Punahou Street in Honolulu, 10-15 minutes by car from the Diamond Head Neighborhood.
La Pietra School for Girls
La Pietra is an all girls college prepatory school for girls grades 6 through 12. It was established in 1964 with the vision of helping girls in Hawaii to thrive through a school built just for them.
La Pietra is located at 2933 Poni Moi Rd, inside the Diamond Head Neighborhood
Residents of the Diamond Head neighborhood have easy access to numerous outdoor recreational activities whether they're solo, with friends, or bringing along the whole family.
As one of the most desired neighborhoods in Oahu, it's only natural that Diamond Head has multiple options for beaches within easy reach. These beaches range from calm waters good for swimmers to swells that surfers will enjoy, depending on the beach of choice.
Diamond Head Beach
Diamond Head Beach is located at the southernmost edge of Diamond Head. The attached park, Diamond Head Beach Park was formerly known as Kuilei Cliffs Beach Park. Diamond Head Beach wraps around below the Diamond Head lighthouse, with a shallow reef that extends right up to the beach at most parts. This beach isn't great for swimming, but is a known surf spot among residents.
Kapiolani Park is the largest park in the state of Hawaii, offering multiple venues for healthy recreation. It lies right on the border of the Diamond Head Neighborhood and is home to the Honolulu Zoo, the Waikiki Shell, the Waikiki aquarium, and more. This 300-acre park is within easy walking distance for most residents of Diamond Head, making keeping fit and healthy an easy task.
Nearby, Kapiolani Beach extends from Kuhio Beach to the Waikiki Aquarium and is a popular destination for bodyboarders. The attached Kapiolani Beach Park is fronted by grassy areas and coconut palm trees, directly across Kalakaua Avenue from the lush Kapiolani Park.
The Honolulu Zoo is a 42-acre zoo at the northern edge of Kapiolani Park featuring over 1,230 animals. Not only is it the only zoo in over 2,000 miles - it's also the only zoo in the USA that originated from a King granting royal lands to the people. The Honolulu Zoo hosts over 600,000 people in a typical year.
The Waikiki Shell is an ampitheater designed for concerts and other large gatherings in Kapiolani Park. It seats 2,400 people, with additional lawn area for 6,000 more. In 2018, it was renamed the Tom Moffat Waikiki Shell for Hawaii's first rock DJ.
Shops and restaurants in the Diamond Head neighborhood run along Monsarrat Avenue, between Kapiolani Park and Diamond Head monument. The map above includes Google Markers for shops, restaurants, recreation, and public accessable forms of transportation for neighborhood residents.
Monsarrat Avenue is a street lined with boutique restaurants and shops on the border of the Diamond Head neighborhood. Monsarrat splits off of Kalakaua Avenue between Honolulu Zoo and Kapiolani Park, running down from Waikiki and offering beautiful views along the way. As it passes through the Diamond Head neighborhood it transforms into Diamond Head Road, leading to the Diamond Head State Monument. Just around the corner it brings you to Kapiolani Community College, where the KCC Farmers Market sets up shop.
- The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf Diamond Head
- Diamond Head Market & Grill
- South Shore Grill
- Pioneer Saloon
- Hawaii Sushi
- Da Cove Health Bar & Cafe
- Bogart's Cafe
- Allegrini Mozzarella Ltd