The Frederick G. Krauss Residence was built in the 1912 in lower Manoa Valley. This one and one-half story bungalow has a hipped roof, overhanging eaves with exposed rafters, stucco on lath exterior, a central bay window, and an inset porch with engaged columns. The interior features built-in furniture, battered posts, and ornamental moulding. The Frederick G. Krauss Residence is significant as it is a rare variation and an early example of the use of the bungalow building form in Hawaii. It is also significant for its association with Frederick G. Krauss, a leader in the field of diversified agriculture in Hawaii.
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