The Carl and Florence Bayer House, which was placed on the Hawaii Register of Historic Places, is an early and excellent example of the simple Craftsman style homes designed by renowned architect Raymond Llewellen Morris of Lewers & Cooke.

Built in 1936, it was a collaborative effort between Raymond Morris and Florence Bayer. The house incorporates the graceful characteristics of the simple Hawaiian style house popularized by Morris during this period with its high-pitched roof, extended eaves and lanai, as well as the design aspects of a French farmhouse.