Hidden between Hollywood and Koreatown lies a two story, east facing, craftsman home on a corner lot that was once the jewel of the five point intersection at Wilton Pl and W. 1st St. This 4 bedroom, 4 bathroom, 2500 square foot turn of the century home, was built in 1914. It’s large wrap-around porch would have been graced by Politicians & Celebrities of the Roaring 20’s as they watched a metropolis grow before their eyes. Though not historically registered, this is your chance to own and restore a piece of Los Angeles history. While easily accessible from the street, it sits on a hill above the neighboring properties almost as a reminder of its regality. Once inside you are taken back to a simpler time. Much of the home is original, including the hardwood floors, wood beams & window trim, and doors. The first floor consists of a foyer, living room, and formal dining room with wooden French doors that lead to the porch. The kitchen may be the one item that has been refreshed and boasts granite countertops, an island, and recessed lighting. You’ll enjoy morning coffee at your breakfast nook. The first floor has 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, with access to an 80 square foot basement. One bedroom has direct access to the backyard. Upstairs is 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, an office, and a finished storage. The backyard is home to a koi pond and small garden that the sellers use to grow fruit and vegetables. The 3 car garage can be accessed from W. 1st. St. and has an automatic sliding steel garage door installed.