The Kaneohe Ranch Building is a single story masonry building with a plaster finish. It features a cedar shingled, double-pitched hip roof with overhangs and exposed rafters, and an inset lanai. The building sits on a landscaped lot with an extensive lawn, palms, and lauhala trees. The Kaneohe Ranch Building historically is significant for its associations with Kaneohe Ranch, and architecturally as a good example of the Hawaiian style of architecture developed in the 1920s and 1930s.
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