This stunning homage to the roaring 20's is a must-see! Sited on a verdant double lot, this gorgeous Spanish Revival Villa with an expansive, picturesque flat yard with views makes this a rare find in the Hollywood Hills. From its grand rooms, Venetian-plastered walls, and artisan wood floors - to its Batchelder-tiled fireplace and Juliet balconies; this living museum exemplifies the style of 20s Art Deco but offers updated systems, utilities, and appliances fit for modern living. Explore the spacious grounds that surround the home and note the attention to detail as you approach the perfectly carved and preserved entry door, framed by vintage block tiles. Step into "Old Hollywood" as you take in this exceptionally bright home with voluminous rooms, cross-cut hardwood floors, arched windows, Juliet balconies and other period fixtures, finishes and details. Take in the massive living room with barreled ceiling, sun-filled dining, and breakfast rooms with arched, period windows that let in the evening breezes. The freshly painted kitchen maintains the style of the 20s but with the benefit of updated appliances and a walk-in pantry and it opens onto to a brick side yard with BBQ area. The oversized master suite features barrel ceiling, art deco wall sconces, a double-hung crystal chandelier and sweeping vistas of the hills that encircle the Hollywood Bowl. The master bath is nearly original, with pristine rose Malibu floor-to-ceiling tile in the shower enclosure and a romantic bathtub framed by a swept ceiling and backsplash of Malibu tiles in mint condition. The second suite features an immense, soaring ceiling of glass with astronomic views of the night sky. Descend the curved stairs to the lower level featuring a vast media/great room, home office, bedroom and bath featuring arched windows with cast iron screens and an antique tub/shower fixture. Lastly, a bonus room with cast concrete walls and beamed ceiling (note: with its cool temperature and uniquely flat acoustics, this nook is the ideal space for a wine cellar, music studio, gym, meditation or, even a 4th BR). Whitley Heights was the epitome of 1920's luxury and was home to the Hollywood elite including this, the former home of silent film star/actress-rights activist Marie Dressler. Today, it is an eclectic enclave and is still popular with those in the film industry, with its close proximity to the studios, DTLA and, but a short stroll to the Hollywood Bowl. Also of note, this home has a direct-access garage, buried power/phone lines, room for a pool and, it is registered under the Mills Act (making it uniquely affordable). Priced for Multiple Interest.