Set back from the street on one of the Sunset Strip's most exclusive cul-de-sac streets, this captivating, magazine-worthy William Kesling home is a rare example of world class 1930s Streamline Art Deco architecture in Los Angeles. Privatized with mature landscaping and high walls, the house sits atop a perch surrounded by lush greenery, a lap pool with custom colored tiles, multiple patios and gardens, a romantic secluded outdoor dining area, and dramatic hills. The property has undergone a glamorous renovation, keeping true to its roots. The sun-drenched upstairs living areas feature dramatic casement windows and two fireplaces, and the open kitchen is fitted with top-of-the-line Wolf and Miele appliances, a walk-in pantry and a built-in breakfast area. The flexible living space offers three bedrooms (formerly four, one could be converted back), all with magical verdant views. The primary bedroom opens to the pool and has a walk-in closet and a bathroom with dramatic marble and Waterworks fittings. There is a guest bedroom downstairs with a sitting area which opens to a grass lawn. The long driveway offers plenty of parking and a carport. It is truly rare to find architecture of this pedigree in this price point. This sanctuary is just minutes to the Sunset Strip, Beverly Hills, and West Hollywood, but feels like a vacation hideaway in the hills of Europe.