The Kaua‘i Pineapple Company’s factory superintendent’s house is located in a quiet, residential neighborhood near a bend in Lawailoa Lane, a dead end street off Kōloa Road. It is a single-story, single wall, modern style house. It sits on a post and pier foundation and its walls are of 12” redwood, tongue and groove boards. A lattice apron with a square pattern runs around the foundation. The house’s low pitched, shake shingle hip roof has open, overhanging eaves with exposed rafter tails. The Kaua‘i Pineapple Company’s factory superintendent’s house is significant on the local level under criterion C, as a good example of a house built on Kaua‘i in the pre-World War II period in a tropical modern style. The house is also significant at the local level under criterion A for its associations with the history of the Kaua‘i Pineapple Company.
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