The Yoder Residence, built in 1924, is a two-story, wood-frame house with a semi-attached, enclosed garage built on a steeply sloping lot. The steep gable roof with shed dormer is a dominate feature on the Liloa Rise side of the house. The exterior walls of the house are clad in wooden shingles and the foundation is built of lava rock rubble. The interior features wood flooring, and the upper story and stairwell features board and batten walls. The Yoder Residence is significant as part of the suburban residential development of Honolulu in Manoa Valley in the early 1920s and as an example of a Craftsman style house built in the early twentieth century by master architects Furer and Potter.
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