A private sanctuary nestled in the Hollywood Hills, this stunning residence is endowed with rich history and up-to-the-minute quality. With its architectural pedigree, cultural legacy, and four years of meticulous restoration, it is an estate of incomparable quality and superb livability. Designed by architect William Lee Woollett (known for his designs of the Million Dollar Theatre and Rialto Theatre in Downtown L.A.), and built in 1920, the Mediterranean Revival villa was purchased by Walter and Louise Arensberg in 1927 and quickly became a social hub for artists and intellectuals of the early 20th century. Architectural Digest called it The Los Angeles Home That Defined Modern Art and the legacy of the Arensbergs residence and collection of nearly a thousand works of art and hundreds of books is documented in the new volume, Hollywood Arensberg: Avant-Garde Collecting in Midcentury L.A. (Getty Research Institute, 2020). Additions to the home in the 1930s and 1950s feature the work of architects Richard J. Neutra, Gregory Ain, Henry Palmer Sabine, and John Lautner. Designated Los Angeles Historical Cultural Monument #994, under the terms of the Mills Act the property was rebuilt, restored to its original luxury, and completed in 2021 with rare attention to detail. Private, gated and surrounded by exceptionally beautiful formal gardens and mature trees, the two-story house offers light, gracious interiors with custom furnishings, gorgeously restored hardwood floors, custom lighting, and numerous French doors for wonderful indoor-outdoor flow. Some of the homes special features include a comfortable movie theater with soffit lighting, an office, arched doorways, and fireplaces in the living room, dining room and owners suite. The kitchen has a marble waterfall island with seating for six as well as a breakfast room. Most rooms open to balconies or terraces with garden or treetop views. Outdoor amenities include a very private swimming pool and spa, an outdoor kitchen, fountains, and a beautiful dining area, all with artful landscape lighting for impressive day and evening entertaining. The gated driveway and carport can accommodate up to six cars and features an automated turntable. Original two garage accessible from street can handle two smaller cars. Located within walking distance of Runyon Canyon and the Hollywood Walk of Fame, this Outpost Estates residence is romantic, enchanting and created for a lifestyle of comfortable luxury.