Historic West Adams Terrace is a well-kept secret, a quiet neighborhood just south of Hancock Park, bounded by Leimert Park, with a Metro Expo light rail station nearby. On the hills rising west of Western Avenue, this exclusive enclave began as one of the city’s wealthiest neighborhoods, and one by one these magnificent luxury homes and historic landmarks are being restored to their turn-of-the-twentieth-century glory. Designer Marion Wesson brings her expert eye to this timeless classic, preserving original details, introducing new finishes, and updating the floor plan to contemporary standards. Vaulted ceilings, decorative plaster walls, fireplace surround, and hand-carved mahogany woodwork celebrate the past, while quartz countertops, encaustic tile, artisanal light fixtures, and high-end stainless steel appliances align with the present. And with all new wood windows, electrical, plumbing, HVAC, and roof, this home is well-prepared for the future. Eligible for the Mills Act, which can provide substantial tax savings for the new owner.