Originally constructed in 1926 by famed Hollywoodland Architect Floyd Lytle. This 3BR/2BA Spanish Colonial Revival home is perched on the hillside with original architectural detailing throughout. Take the stairs up the impressive retaining wall covered in lava rock to be in awe of the grand foyer that looks directly into the magnificent living room with a barrel vaulted ceiling and rotunda windows over looking the lush canyon. Before you can catch your breath, simply turn around and take in the gorgeous formal dining room with built in storage, original lighting and large floor to ceiling windows that look past the front porch with a private viewing of pine trees. As if the dining room wasn't enough, walk through the adorable breakfast nook to the well sized kitchen and a private on-suite bedroom both with French doors that share the adjoining deck. Take the original staircase through the archways to the private bedroom level where you'll be greeted with two generously sized bedrooms, tons of storage and a large bathroom. All with coved ceilings, large windows and a romantic Juliette balcony. Off to the side of the house, you'll find the 'orchard', where you'll see many mature citrus trees including orange, lemon and lime. This home has been thoroughly loved over the years, but does require some TLC. Sitting atop a massive crawlspace, it allows for good access to complete all projects and potentially a secondary studio below. Within a short distance to the Beachwood Village, where you can enjoy the Beachwood Market and Cafe. Great hikes nearby to the famed Hollywood Sign, Lake Hollywood Park and located on one of the novel "secret stair" streets in the canyon. This property is ready for its next owner to take over its inspiring Hollywood legacy.