The 2927 Hibiscus Place Residence is significant at the local level as one of the plots developed in the 1920s as part of a subdivision called Diamond Head Terrace. The house is also significant for its distinctive architecture as a modest, well-designed residence (bungalow) of its period, with Spanish or Mediterranean influences. These influences were in keeping with the many Spanish and Mediterranean-styled residences of historic Diamond Head Terrace, throughout Honolulu, as well as in Territorial-era architecture. The residence retains its location, design, materials, and workmanship. The period of significance is 1931, which begins and ends in the year of construction.
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