The Stokes-Young House is a two-story, single-family residence located on Ferdinand Avenue in the Manoa Valley neighborhood of Honolulu. The house was built as a private residence in 1927. It is significant for its architecture and for its association with the early residential development of Honolulu and John Francis Gray Stokes, a pioneer archaeologist and ethnologist of Hawaiian and Polyneisan prehistory. The structure is an excellent example of a Craftsman-style Bungalow and features a T-shaped floor plan and elements of Swiss Chalet styling. The foundation is lava rock and mortar.
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