Built in 1918, this one-story bungalow features a broken hipped roof, overhanging eaves with exposed rafter tails, and double square pilasters on the front porch. The interior retains many original Craftsman style design elements including bookcases, octagonal wood columns, cupboards, closets, and a large bay window seat. The Johnny Noble House is significant for its association with John Avery (Johnny) Noble, the nationally recognized Hawaii composer and musician, and also as a well preserved example of the Craftsman style bungalow.
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