The Mildred M. Yodor House is a Tudor Revival house built in 1929 in the Makiki neighborhood in Honolulu. The house is significant for its architecture as an example of the Tudor Revival style popular during the first half of the 20th century. Typical of this style is the two story, asymmetrical plan, featuring stuccoed exterior walls, half-timbering, and a steeply pitched gable roof. The house sits on a post-and-pier foundation, contains a fireplace, and has over 30 windows featuring 8-light double-hung sash. The front entry is covered by an arched stucco opening.
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