The William K. Kaluakini House is a Craftsman-inspired plantation-style residence located in the Lahaina National Historic Landmark District. The house is asymmetrically massed, one story in height, and four bays in width and four bays in length. The William K. Kaluakini House is significant for its association with William Kaluakini and the relative prosperity he achieved as a government official, a member of the Republican party and a member of the local elite. It is one of only two buildings in that portion of Front Street associated with the kamaaina families who lived along the arterial during the 1910s and 1920s.
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