The Gulick-Rowell House is a two-story structure with 24-inch cut limestone walls and porch on each of three sides of each story. The house also has attic, basement, and corrugated metal Hawaiian-style gable roof. The Gulick-Rowell House is one of the oldest, best preserved, and finest examples of early missionary housing on Kauai. Designed and built by the Reverend Peter Thomas Gulick, it is an excellent example of a New England approach to residential architecture adapted to Hawaiian climatic conditions and local materials.
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