:: The Harvey H. Cox Residence :: Architect Frank Tyler :: First time on the market in 110 years :: Tyler infused many subtle yet defining A-Typical elements when building the Cox residence. His design work in the decorative balustrade and choice of detailed wallpaper in the den add a rare element of Victorian features woven throughout this Arts and Crafts home. However, the usual grandeur of his work are clearly on display in the Cox residence, such as a grand reception hall, a slash grain Oregon pine dining room buffet, built-in seating, and a large accessible attic; all astonishingly unblemished. A Grueby tile fireplace and original lighting throughout leave The Cox residence with a soul that is now almost impossible to mimic. This large lot includes a two car garage, with two beadboard cladded workrooms above with ADU or home office potential. (Buyer to verify.) Located within the Harvard Heights HPOZ, the home is within short distance to restaurants such as Pasta Sisters, Truffle Brothers, Papa Cristos and is walkable to Fence and Alibi Coffee. With more and more of Los Angeles' architectural history being wiped away by investors and paint, the rarity and legacy of the Cox residence offer an opportunity, and a transfer of legacy, rarely seen in any real estate market.