**No More showings **OFFERS DUE: JULY 10TH @ 5:00PM** I am delighted to present to you a meticulously restored home designed by the esteemed African American architect, Paul Revere Williams, FAIA. Originally constructed in 1930, the John H. and Olive Straub Mueller House stands as a testament to Williams' architectural brilliance. Acquired in 2019, the current owner undertook the exceptional task of preserving, enhancing, and restoring this extraordinary property to museum-quality standards. Every aspect of the home was meticulously researched and curated to align with the recognized designs of Paul Williams. While upgrading all systems (a detailed list available upon request), great care was taken to preserve the original details and inherent charm of the residence. Williams' distinguished career includes iconic projects such as the Beverly Hills Hotel and the renowned Theme Building at Los Angeles International Airport, where his architectural style seamlessly fused functionality, elegance, and an unparalleled understanding of his clients' unique preferences, leaving an enduring legacy in the world of architecture. Despite encountering significant challenges and racial discrimination as an African American architect in the mid-20th century, Paul Williams triumphed over adversity and emerged as one of the most accomplished architects of his time, dismantling racial barriers and leaving an indelible imprint on the field of architecture. As evident, possessing a Paul Williams piece enhances the collection of any true connoisseur. This exceptional opportunity arises thanks to the dedicated efforts of its current proprietor, for which the community of Los Angeles remains perpetually grateful.