Nestled in the Hollywood Hills above the Sunset Strip, rests an authentic 1926 Spanish-Mediterranean revival by prolific architect, A.F. Leicht. Located on a quiet cul-de-sac, this 4,363 square-foot house features 3 bedrooms, 3 ½ bathrooms, flying buttresses, red tiled roof and panorama views of downtown and city lights. Former residence to Marlon Brando, the interiors with arched floor-to-ceiling windows, curved hallways and staircases and wrought iron railings are just some of the details that echo back to Old Hollywood. A voluminous step down formal living room with soaring vaulted ceilings, limestone fireplace and walls of glass is the heart of the home. The cook’s Bulthaup kitchen is juxtaposed a delightful formal dining room that looks out onto a flat green garden with room for a pool. The oversized master suite, complete with an updated bathroom and sitting area is flanked by windows and engulfed by natural light. A cylindrical castle like art studio is perched above the master and completes the upstairs. Amenities: spacious family room, den/office, wine cellar, two car garage and chauffer’s quarters, terraced gardens and just minutes away from the Sunset Strip, posh restaurants, entertainment hot-spots and trendy shopping areas. Truly a magical home with architectural charm.