Built around 1924, the residence at 931 14th Avenue is a modest sized Craftsman style bungalow that features a “Hawaiian style” cross-hipped roof, an eyebrow eave over a round-topped front door, wide overhanging eaves, exposed rafter tails, and clapboard walls with flared bottoms. The house is sited in the center of a sloping lot and rests on a lava rock and wood pier foundation. The residence at 931 14th Avenue is significant as a good example of the type of “Hawaiian style” bungalow built in Hawaii in the 1920s and early 1930s.
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