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Iroquois Point

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Published on Jun 30, 2011

Here is a display of the Iroquois Point Property up for immediate rental. If you have any questions or concerns please feel free to contact us.

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Comments • 8

william thompson
I lived here from 62 to 65 about 5 houses up from lagoon with launch. Great place for a 3rd grader. Hardly wore shoes.
Stepkov K
I lived here in the mid 90s in my teens. Very special stop for me as a marines son. Did a lot of 1st for me things in this neighbor hood. When i lived here it was way before its time . thanks for the walk down memory lane.
RatDaddy3
Did they take the Fence down around the Lagoon,cause When I was living there,they had No-Swimming and Sharks are around,Since I lived there,I nevered seen a Shark,only but huge Baraccudas though.
RatDaddy3
I lived on 6843B 111th street and remebred that our Houses had Fire escapes on front of our houses,shape like a Square and you can remove them to escape from Fire and inside the home,we would have slding doors instead of normal doors.I loved living in Hawaii,it was very Beautiful and I did too attended James Campbell High and we used to ride on those ugly transporting Trucks with no windows to see out,but you have to get high on the top to see out,you need to get high to see out.
RatDaddy3
God,Do I miss being there,I used to live on 6943B 111 street and that was back in 67 to 70 and this brings back memeories,I was 15 years old back then.I can hear those Mydna Birds and the Naval Planes flying overhead.Had a wonderful Childhood back then.
Chas Gale
Me to! I lived there 64-68. I think I had a friend in this very house. Remember the fire escapes under the windows? Great way to sneak out at night. They said these houses could burn to the ground in 7 minutes. I when to Ewa Beach Elementary and Campbell High. I regret leaving to this day. Dad wanted to move to Denver, "Where there's four seasons".
Teri Sugai
I miss living here as well. This house looks very much the same as ours did on Gannett. Remember the mussell beds in the lagoon. Yes, there used to be a fence back in the late 60's early 70's.
RatDaddy3
God,I miss being here,I lived in Iroquis Point Naval Housing from 67 to 70 and it was my Favorite place to live,you could walk right into the Lagoon and see the Barracudas looking at you in almost clear lagoon and I can hear the Mydna Birds chrping and also hear those Navy Planes taking off from Pearl harbor.Used to be a Fence around the Lagoon and no swimming cause of the Sharks,
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