This one-story house, which was built in 1929, has a U-shaped plan, hip-and-valley roof and open overhanging eaves. The interior features a canec ceiling, decorative wood crown moulding, and wood baseboards and thresholds. The Kahuku Plantation Supervisor’s House is significant as an example of the type of residence constructed for a mid-level manager of a sugar plantation in Hawaii. It is also associated with the social history of the Kahuku Sugar Plantation.
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