The Harry A. Baldwin property, known as Kaluanui, is located on a gently rolling slope near the town of Makawao and consists of 17.76 acres. The main complex is within a semi-formal landscaped setting extensively planted with indigenous as well as exotic plants and trees. The home, designed by C. W. Dickey in 1916, is one of the few residential early California Mission-style buildings remaining in Hawaii. The Harry A. Baldwin property is an early successful attempt at integrating the building with the landscape, which was done through the use of interior and exterior gardens, terraces and loggias.
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