The Hottel/Botts Residence was built in 1910. This two-story wood frame house has a hipped roof, exterior walls covered in cedar shingles, and double hung windows. The interior features canec ceilings, crown and floor moulding, built-in bookcases, and a curved staircase with wrought iron railing. Hottel/Botts Residence is an example of a late 19th and early 20th century American Vernacular/Craftsman style house built in Manoa Valley. It is included in the College Hills Tract Thematic District.
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