The Owen and Ellen Williams Residence is a one and a half-story house that was built in 1931. The structure features a hip roof and is L-shaped in plan. The Owen and Ellen Williams residence is significant as a vernacular example of a 1930s Hawaii residence designed in a craftsman style. It is also significant for its associations with Ellen Williams, a noted floriculturist in Hawaii, and the development of Palolo valley.
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