The Hill Residence sits on a sloping lot above Halaulani Place with a broad front lawn separating the dwelling from the street. The porch sits on a lava-rock foundation and features a plank balustrade with jigsaw decorative patterns as well as overhanging, closed eaves with ornately carved bracketing. The Hill Residence is significant for its architecture as a good example of a Craftsman style house constructed in Hawaii during the 1920s.
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