The Hashimoto House is a single-story, single-wall, board and batten cottage with a corrugated metal gable roof. It is three bays wide with a centered, gable-roofed, partially enclosed entry porch. The interior has board and batten walls and ceilings with wood floors throughout. The Hashimoto House is significant, as a well preserved and maintained, early-twentieth-century plantation worker’s house built in Hawaii. In addition, it is significant for its association with plantation life in Hawi.
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