The dramatic, winding staircase and the wrought iron details (especially on that balcony) give this house in the Hills more than a bit of Old Hollywood glamour, so it's not surprising, then, that big names of that era, like Marlon Brando and starlet Ann Miller, have both called this place home, according to LA Home & Style. The 4,363-square-foot house has flying buttresses, a red-tile roof, vaulted ceilings, curved hallways, and an enormous limestone fireplace. Above the master suite is a "cylindrical castle like art studio," where inspiration cannot help but strike. Designed by AF Leicht—once dubbed "L.A.'s quirkiest dead architect" by Los Angeles megazine—the three-bedroom property is asking $3.495 million.
· Tour a 1926 Spanish-Moorish Revival Steeped in Old Hollywood History [LAHS]
· Laurel View Drive [Official Site]