Hale Hani Court, constructed in 1938, features five houses situated along a shared central driveway. Each house has a steeply double pitched roof, an upper story main living area with garage and maid’s quarters below, a small entry porch, built-in bookcase, china closet and cabinet, and ten-foot high ceilings with crown mouldings. Hale Hani Court is significant as an example of a residential courtyard associated with the development of the Kaimuki area of Honolulu. Each cottage is also an example of a Craftsman stye bungalow with “Hawaii Regional” influences built in Honolulu in the 1930s.
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