The Frank and Theresa Gomes Residence is a 2,094-square-foot house constructed in the early twentieth-century Hawaiian vernacular style. The house is a complex “H” floor plan. The living room and dining room are situated in the center wing and the bedrooms, baths, and kitchen in the east and west wings. The Frank and Theresa Gomes Residence is a fine example of the early twentieth-century Hawaiian vernacular style. The house features construction details and craftsmanship that indicate it was built for a successful middle-class family.
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