Marlon Brando's Hollywood Hills House

Designed by A.F. Leicht in 1926, the Laurel View Residence is the former home of Hollywood icon Marlon Brando. The actor lived in the Mediterranean estate during his 1955 Academy Award win for On the Waterfront and was famously photographed with the Oscar in the living room. The immaculate Hollywood Hills house is now on the market and includes a 4,363-square-foot interior filled with vaulted ceilings, ornate fireplaces, and expansive arched windows. Living spaces include a library, dining room, updated kitchen, a master suite with sunroom, along with three additional bedrooms. Aside from its legendary resident, the home also has some famous neighbors, including Frank Lloyd Wright's Storer Residence and Charles Kyson's De Witt House.

Photos: Marc Silver / Compass

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