The John and Julia Stone Residence is located in a quiet neighborhood, a few blocks away from Oahu Avenue; which is one of the main thoroughfares in Manoa Valley. This single-story dwelling is situated on a small wedge lot, with a large mango tree at the front of the property, and has a curving, scored concrete walkway that carves a path from the street through the front lawn up to the entrance of the home. The house is rendered in a Modest Bungalow style characterized by a hip roof over the main body of the house and a hip roof reaching from the bedroom wing that extends out from the main body. A flat roofed, 22′ foot long, front porch extends across the other two-thirds of the facade forming a continous line with the bedroom wing. The exterior of the residence has white hardboard siding, intersecting hipped soofs with exposed eaves and rafters, and sits on a post pier, lava rock foundation that has a vertical slat apron
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