C. M. & Gertrude Prescott Home
3707 E. Huntington Boulevard
This home is a particularly grand example of a variation of the Tudor Revival. Character-defining features include the decorative strapwork (non-structural half-timbering) on both cantilevered windows as well as at the cornice of the one-story former library on the west end of the home.
C. M. ("Ned") and Gretrude Prescott were prominent in the lumber and logging business. Prescott and his uncle C. S. Pierce established Prescott Lumber Co. and thereafter Valley Lumber, and were active in the early logging of the Hume district.