A mansion once owned by superstar actor Marlon Brando is on the market for $4.295 million.
The home's rooms boast vaulted ceilings and flying buttresses from the time.
The Sunset Strip is visible from the home's higher points, while from the bedrooms, views of West Hollywood and downtown Los Angeles are visible.
The Mediterranean-style home includes a master suite with a sunroom, tile bathrooms and three additional bedrooms in the main house.
Clocking in at over 4,300 square feet, the mansion's living room was once used to photograph Brando with his first Oscar in 1955.
The "informal large living, library, dining room" seats up to 20 people, while a new kitchen and breakfast room are also available.
Additionally, the home has five bathrooms in total, two fireplaces and guest quarters in its four stories.
The 12,607 square-foot lot also contains a detached two-car garage.
According to the listing, the current owners purchased the home for $3.9 million in 2018 before listing the property last month.
Fox Business' Tyler McCarthy contributed to this report