True diamond in the rough! Harvard Heights (HPOZ) has been called a "preservationist's dream come true," a neighborhood characterized by the Craftsman houses built on the heights southwest of downtown, primarily between 1902 and 1910. This 1907 4-bedroom model is very roomy, yes it has the stunning wood beams ceiling, and the unique California basement, and naturally the original hardwood flooring, they truly don't make home like this anymore. Come home to your very own long driveway for plenty of cars, relax in the lush backyard with lots of exotic fruit trees such as logan, Australia cherimoya, water apple/bell fruit, red dragon fruit, guava, navel orange, and persimmon. Let's not forget the huge structure for possible AUD for extra income. This home is centrally located in the heart of the West Adams District near USC, Koreatown, LACC, Hollywood, Downtown LA, a few blocks from the Wilshire/Western Metro Station, restaurants, places of worship, supermarkets, and more. Don't miss this fantastic opportunity, bring some elbow grease and be the first to own your very own one-of-a-kind home.