The Henderson Residence sits on a steep, heavily vegetated lot overlooking the Pukihae stream. The single story bungalow is distinguished by its front-facing gable roofed, lava-rock porch and double-hung sash windows with diamond panes in the upper sash. The Henderson Residence was constructed in 1925 and is architecturally significant as a good example of a bungalow constructed in Hawaii during the 1920s.
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