|Thomson-Frapwell home, built in 1892 by William Thomson. Eva Farnham Frapwell and her daughter, Ruth, in this 1915 photo. |
Courtesy of the Elvis Frapwell Collection.
| Originally a dairy barn, the building was ultimately converted for a variety of uses. |
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|Edward Frapwell built the "New House" across the Los Gatos Highway from Thomson's "Big House" in 1925. The home was designed by prominent architect, Edward Van Cleek. Today, this building serves as the location of Owen's Rental & Rockery.|
|The Pringle Barn|
|The Pringle Barn stood on the bluff that is now the Scotts Valley Heights subdivision until the early 1980s.|