The Say Dock House is a one-story frame house with a gable roof and board-and-batten single-wall construction built c. 1910. It is elevated 1.5 feet high on wood posts and features a center inset lanai and associated cement pad that was used to dry and thresh rice crops. The structure is architecturally significant as an example of a vernacular style agricultural residence. It is also significant for its association with the rice industry in Hanalei.
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