John Barrymore Spanish Colonial Revival built in the late '20s by the famed architect John Byers, is one of Los Angeles most iconic homes quoining the title, The Barrymore Estate. The privately gated compound sits nestled on one of the most discerning promontories with the eye-glazing city and ocean coastal views. The grounds offer an adventurous tale while winding through various paths of luscious landscaping, koi ponds, fountains, and a sparkling pool with a waterfall. The main house has 3 bedrooms, ornate fireplaces, wine cellar, wood-paneled rooms, a cigar lounge with bar, and the historic aviary that was converted to a 2 story, 3,000 sq ft living space. The "aviary" features a kitchen and a bedroom on each floor. The master suite hosts an expansive bathroom and wrap-around veranda with access to the opium den at the top of a hand-carved ladder. Amongst the grounds are two guest cottages, 1 bedroom Bungalow, and 2 story guest house with all amenities necessary to be independent guest accommodations. Perfect for that discriminating buyer who is seeking a unique investment in a history that cannot be duplicated.