The Coxhead House is a two-story structure with a gambrel roof and rectangular plan that was constructed in 1926. The structure features a porch which has a gable roof, and the exterior walls of the structure are covered in clapboard siding and is double wall construction. The Coxhead House is significant for its associations with the development of Manoa and as an intact example of a Dutch revival house in Hawaii.
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