The Snyder Residence is a simplified, wood clad Tudor revival style structure. The structure was originally a two-bedroom, one-bath cottage but in the early 1990s a two-story addition was constructed at the rear of the residence. The original portion of the house, built c.1930, is one-story and rectangular in plan. It has a steeply pitched, front facing, multiple gable roof with open, overhanging eaves on its side elevations. The exterior walls, which are slightly flared at the bottom, are clad in horizontal board. The structure also features round arched openings both on the exterior and the interior. The Snyder Residence is significant as an example of a Tudor revival cottage in Hawaii. The residence is also significant as it reflects the history of a community and a city, particularly the development of College Hills and Manoa Valley.
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