The Adolph Egholm Kiele Avenue House is a single story, Spanish Mission Revival style cottage that was constructed in 1926. It features stuccoed walls and a red clay tile, hipped roof with overhanging eaves and exposed rafter tails. The house sits on a lava rock basement and is distinguished by its centered, outset, flat roofed front porch with its three round arched openings. The Adolph Egholm Kiele Avenue House is significant on a local level as a good example of a Spanish Mission cottage built during the 1920s. In addition, it is significant for its associations with the development of the Diamond Head Terrace tract.
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