Brynn H. Allen

Joined Kanu Hawaii Mar 8, 2009
Hometown: Kahuku, HI
Realtor Associate

About me

Imagine living on one of the most beautiful stretches of beach in all of Hawaii. Even the stormy days are breath taking. This place is called Malaekahana Bay and this is where I live. One of the kaunas' (meanings) of Malaekahana is "serene turning point". I moved here in 1991 and became the "GO TO GIRL" for 11 families who own homes on this exclusive crescent shaped bay. A turning point in my life happened in 1999 when I received my Real Estate License from the State of Hawaii and joined Prudential Locations. I uncovered a passion for helping people live the life they have only imagined. You see, I was born and raised on Oahu and through my extended Hawaiian family I learned the gift of Aloha. Let me show you the Hawaiian paradise I grew up in, and make your dreams a reality.

Why I love Hawaii

The beauty of Hawaii is in the everyday. The people I meet at places like Foodland, Hukilau Cafe and at Kahuku Post Office.

My interests

I live on the beach where I love to kayak, body board, walk the beach looking for glass floats and then head to my home office, which I have installed with the latest technology for communicating through 3-way phone calls, scanning, email and fax.
Award winning grower of rare and unusual plants, member of the Cactus and Succulent Society since 1997, past President in 2004, 2005 and 2006. Living on the beach at Malaekahana, I discovered only hardy plants can tolerate the salt air and that succulents and Hawaiian native plans thrive where other plants fry. This passion has turned into a large collection of some of the most fascinating plants to behold.
Experienced Horsewoman, accomplished in Dressage.

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Follow up on Waialua Heirloom Tomatos

Posted on Jan 13, 2010 | Comments 1

Waialua heirloom tomato seedlings

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Home grown grape tomatos

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