The Dr. and Mrs. James R. Judd Residence is located in a quiet neighborhood along Makiki Heights Drive, across the street from The Contemporary Museum of Hawaii. Situated on a gentle sloping hill, the property is a little ovwer an acre in size, and has an expansive view of the Pacific Ocean and Punchbowl. The original “L” shaped, two story house sits near the top of the property and looks out over a broad expanse of lawn. The Southern French Revival Style house has intersecting hipped and flared gable roofs clad in cut shingles. The walls are covered with wooden shingles painted blue and the house sits on a concrete slab foundation.
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