People.com Lifestyle Home Marlon Brando's Former Hollywood Hills Home Is for Sale - See Inside the $4.3 Million Mansion The 4,300-square-foot home was built in 1926 and designed by famed architect A.F. Leicht By Katie Campione Katie Campione Digital News Writer, PEOPLE People Editorial Guidelines Published on February 18, 2021 12:21 AM Share Tweet Pin Email Marlon Brando. Photo: Courtesy Marc Silver/Compass. inset: getty images The neo-Gothic Hollywood Hills mansion that once belonged to Marlon Brando is up for sale. The $4.295 million home was built in 1926 and designed by famed architect A.F. Leicht. The mansion is known for its dramatic architecture, still features the vaulted ceilings, flying buttresses, and grand rooms where Brando was once photographed with his first Oscar in 1955. The home's towers provide stunning views of the Sunset Strip while many of its bedrooms' expansive windows look across the city, giving residents a view from West Hollywood to downtown Los Angeles, according to the listing which is held by Marc Silver from Compass. Upon entering the four-bed, five-bath home, two winding staircases lead to an expansive informal living room with a dramatic fireplace. Courtesy Marc Silver/Compass Courtesy Marc Silver/Compass Courtesy Marc Silver/Compass Courtesy Marc Silver/Compass Courtesy Marc Silver/Compass Courtesy Marc Silver/Compass Courtesy Marc Silver/Compass Courtesy Marc Silver/Compass Matt Damon Is Selling His Luxurious $21 Million Los Angeles Home - See Inside! Slitted windows lining the staircases give the chateau an even more Victorian Gothic feel. Other rooms across the 4,300-square-foot property include a newly renovated kitchen, charming breakfast nook, a dining room that seats up to 20 people, and a library. Never miss a story - sign up for PEOPLE's free daily newsletter to stay up-to-date on the best of what PEOPLE has to offer, from juicy celebrity news to compelling human interest stories. A grassy yard at the back of the house features even more expansive views of Los Angeles and other A-list residences of note, including Frank Lloyd Wright's Storer residence and Charles Kyson's De Witt house.