The Laurel View Residence (1926) by A.F. Leicht. A true architectural trophy with 270 degree jetliner views just above the Sunset Strip. This former home of Marlon Brando features huge towering flying buttresses overlooking neighboring architectural works, Frank Lloyd Wright’s Storer Residence (1923), and Charles Kyson’s De Witt House (1925). Over 4300 s.f. of dramatic architecture with incredible use of vaulted ceilings and grand rooms to impress. Huge living room with city views – where Brando was famously photographed with his first Oscar in 1955 – informal large living, library, dining room to seat up to 20 people, new kitchen, charming breakfast room, master suite with sunroom and drop-dead city views, stunning tile bathrooms, and three other bedrooms in the main house.


  • StyleMediterranean
  • Year Built1926
  • Parking/GarageDetached, Garage Is Detached
  • HeatingCentral
  • CoolingAir Conditioning, Central


    • Security
    • Floor CoveringsMixed


    • Bedrooms4
    • Full Baths4
    • 1/2 Baths1
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