Located on a narrow street in the College Hill Tract area of Manoa, the Schieber Residence, built in 1929, is a part of a residential setting that reflects the years of Manoa’s growth. The house is a small, assymetric, single story Tudor Revival style house with a cross gable, composite shingle roof dominated by one steeply pitched gable over the entry porch and a hipped roof over the large, semi-hexigonal bay window. The original portion of the house is a squat L-shaped plan. The double wall constructed house is clad with wide clapboard sliding that extends down to grade, concealing the wood post and pier foundation.
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