The Frank Baldwin/H. F. Rice Residence is a two-story Dutch colonial house with shingle siding and a gambrel roof. It sits on a large landscaped lot with a rolling front lawn in up-county Maui with a splendid view of the Pacific Ocean, Wailuku, and Kahului. The home is architecturally significant as a good example of an early twentieth-century house rendered in the Dutch colonial style. The Frank Baldwin/H. F. Rice Residence is a work of master architect C. W. Dickey, who was the premier architect in Hawaii during the opening decades of the twentieth century. In addition, the house is significant for its association with the Baldwin family.
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