The H. Allen Cook Residence was built in 1929 in Manoa Valley. It is significant architecturally as a good example of a modest one-story, three bedroom Colonial Revival Bungalow style characteristic of early Hawaiian homes at the beginning of the twentieth century. The house has a gable roof, lapped siding and sits on a stone foundation with post and beam structural supports. The Cook House has had very few modifications and retains its architectural integrity.
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