The Miller Residence was built, circa 1929, in Manoa Valley. This house is significant in that it reflects the history of a community, particularly the development of the College Hills subdivision. It is also significant for its architecture as an example of a Tudor Revival cottage. It has a steeply pitched, intersecting multiple gable roof. The eaves are overhanging and open with exposed rafters, and the primary front facing gable has flared eaves. Unlike other, toned down examples, the Miller Residence has decorative half-timbering in the gables, which is one of the hallmarks of the Tudor Revival style.
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