A two-story wood frame, plantation style home with board and batten walls, hip and valley roof line, cedar shingles, and overhanging eaves. This beach front home features panoramic views and interior Craftsman style detailing including elaborate trim work on the ceilings. The house is the first beach front home to be constructed in the area and is significant for its association with the history and development of the community of Hanalei. It is also significant as an example of a late nineteenth- and early twentieth-century Craftsman style house built in Hawaii.
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