We are pleased to offer for sale this rare single-family residence, a historic nominated monument, which belonged to the most influential African American architect, Paul Revere Williams. This legendary architect designed the Beverly Hills Hotel, LAXs iconic theme building, and hideaways for some of the greatest names in history. The pioneering architect designed more than 3,000 buildings during his nearly six-decade career and was the first Black architect to be a member and fellow of the American Institute of Architects. Well situated near the University of Southern California, this property was built in 1905 with a square footage of 1,693 on a 7,000-square foot lot. The property offers residents a highly desirable location, within the DPS Patrol Zone, and walking distance to campus and University Village - providing easy access to all of USCs landmarks, academic buildings, and entertainment options.