The Thomas W. Phillips Residence

Located in West Adams Heights - Los Angeles

West Adams Heights

West Adams was developed between 1900 and 1920 to provide elegant
homes to Los Angeles’ entrepreneurial elites. Oils barons, vintners, railroad
magnates, and real estate developers hired top architects of their day to create
mansions in a variety of styles.  Its wealthy residents of the 1920s included
lawyers, doctors, oil baron
Edward L. Doheny, Port of Los Angeles developer
Randolph Huntington Minor,
and a host of other prominent  Los Angeles
citizens.