The Thomas Alexander Burningham Residence was built in 1910. This three-story bungalow has a flared hipped roof, stone and stucco siding, and a corner lanai with battered lava rock piers. The interior features parquetry, built-in furniture, a glazed brick fireplace and decorative leaded glass windows. The Thomas Alexander Burningham Residence is significant as an early example of the use of the bungalow form in Hawaii.
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