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The Prew House

Clyde, Texas

Prew House

Texas Medallion

The Prew House

Typically Victorian in style built in 1906 by Frank X Prew. Who emigrated from Wisconsin in 1889, desiring to live in a young country, he began a small farm and worked on the railroad.

Structure in mainly pine, the oak wainscot downstairs has decorative beading, as does the woodwork on the windows and doors.; Gingerbread trim appears on front gable. Old water well and food storage cellar are still in good condition.

Recorded Texas Historic Landmark - 1970

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