Built in 1933, this one and one-half story house has a steep lateral running gable roof, mock chimney, a centered lower story portico with gable roof supported by columns, clapboard siding, and double hung windows. At the rear of the property is a two-story garage with front facing gable and a clapboard upper-story that contains a pair of casement windows, transom, and wood slat ventilator. The Leong and Mildred (Chang) Young Residence is significant as an example of a modest Colonial Revival style house that was constructed in Hawaii in the 1930s.
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