The Dr. A. Clifford Braly House is a two-story Tudor Revival style house with a shingled first story and a board and batten second story. Its asymmetrical mass sits on a poured in place concrete slab foundation and is capped by an intersecting gable roof, which has shallow, open eaves with exposed rafter tails. The house is T-shaped in plan and runs laterally across its lot. The Dr. A. Clifford Braly House is significant as a good example of a Tudor revival house of the 1930’s in Honolulu.
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