Charles C. Hurd Residence, Los Angeles Historic Cultural Monument #1073
Built: 1909 Declared: 08/12/2014
This two-story home from 1909 is a stunning example of a large, well-appointed Craftsman residence with Tudor Revival styling. It was built as a showpiece home to entice buyers into the new subdivision of Victoria Park. The exterior is unpainted, except for window and door frames. It is clad in shingles, and gable ends feature half-timbering. Many windows and doors, inside and out, feature triangular peaks. Fine woodwork is featured throughout the interior on wainscoting, columns, window and door frames, built-in cabinetry, ceiling beams, ceiling paneling, and an elaborate newel post and balustrade.