The Winant Residence, built in 1915, is a one-story bungalow with cross-gabled roof, double-wall construction with clapboard siding, overhanging eaves with exposed rafters, and a stone chimney. The interior features large sliding doors, coffered ceilings with trim, arches, built-in hutches with stained glass windows, an oriole window, and fireplace with Italian tile. Winant Residence is significant as it is a representative of one of the early Craftsman style houses built in the College Hills tract in Manoa Valley during the early 20th century. It is also an example of the work of master architect Oliver G. Traphagen.
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