How Would You Spend a $2500 Amazon Credit?

Check out 45-141A Kokokahi Place in Kaneohe!  This lovely Tiffany blue nest has been on the market for over 60 days and the sellers would like to move on.  It’s ready and waiting for its new owner. The sellers have reduced the property price, moved out, and want to find the right match. So, $2500 in Amazon credit is waiting for the right buyer, with no restrictions on how it can be used.

$2500 Amazon Gift Card

How would you spend the $2500 in Amazon credit in this home?  Here are my recommendations:

1. You’ll definitely want the $119 annual Prime membership, to avoid Hawaii shipping fees!  

2. How about a hammock with a stand to lounge in on your ocean-view rooftop?  

Another Idea: Hang Your Hammock Along Kaneohe Bay?

Another Idea: Hang Your Hammock Along Kaneohe Bay?

3. Then you’ll need a Ninja blender to mash the avocados from your new tree into guacamole.

Pick Avocados From Your Tree

Pick Avocados From Your Tree

4. What about a new grill for the backyard? You’ll never have to turn on the oven.

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5. The home has window air conditioning, but maybe you want to upgrade to split systems? You can buy three of these with that credit and still have more to spend!

Upgrade to Split AC Units with Your $2500 Credit

Upgrade to Split AC Units with Your $2500 Credit

6. The family room has loads of bookshelves, so fill them with all the best beach reads from The Amazon Book Review

7. Or since you’ll be so close to Kaneohe Bay, how about a kayak to fish from?  

Kayaking Near Lanikai

Kayaking Near Lanikai

8. Or new hiking boots to wear when you take on the nearby Friendship Garden Trail

View from Friendship Garden Trail

View from Friendship Garden Trail

Lucky You Live Hawaii

However you choose to spend the $2500 in Amazon credit, the real prize will be living on the windward side of Oahu in this authentic Hawaiian home. Your piece of tropical paradise is waiting!

Schedule a showing of this beautiful property by contacting Alison at (808) 447-1486.

Aloha.