The Paul and Eva Summers Residence is a single story, Hawaiian style cottage with a composition shingled double pitched hipped roof with open, overhanging eaves with exposed rafter tails. The single wall house features shingle siding, and sits on a lava rock foundation with a basement and garage under the house. The Summers Residence is significant on the local level under criterion C, as a good example of an early Hawaiian style cottage built in Honolulu during the late 1920s.
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