The Hawi Plantation Manager’s House is a large, two-story shiplap house high on a sloping lawn. The house features a wraparound lanai (which has been enclosed) on the west side of the first story and a corrugated metal hip roof. The floor plan reveals an asymmetric layout. Although the house has lost a considerable amount of historic fabric on the interior and with the enclosure of the lanai, the overall massing and setting has remained intact and it is important for its association with the development of sugar in North Kohala and for its association with the Hind family.
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