The Rodenhurst Residence, built in 1936, is a two-story structure with a double pitched roof which is steeply sloped and has large overhanging eaves. The exterior has clapboard siding and a lava rock foundation. The interior features high ceilings with crown molding, Douglas fir floors upstairs, and many built-in features including bookcases and china cabinets. The Alice K. Rodenhurst Residence is significant as an intact example of a “Hawaiian Style” bungalow. The architect who designed the residence was Harry K. Stewart.
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