The Schroeder/Mason House, 1929. First offering in 59 years! The old glamour of Hollywood heydays is alive and well at this 1929 Hollywoodland Classic. By elevating the residence above ramparts like a medieval castle, architect D. M. Mason achieves a living environment affording privacy, security, and views from a hillside garden setting. Adjacent to the garages at the street, a gated staircase ascends past an outdoor dining terrace to the entry landing. The heavy arched front door opens to a formal entry, and steps up to the dramatic living room featuring a wood burning fireplace. From the living room, arched entries step down to a writing alcove, and up to the formal dining room. The kitchen and maid's room with bath are on this level, and there are 3 bedrooms, and two baths above. Includes: Original beamed ceilings and hardwood floors, rare wrought iron and Art Deco sconces, original hardware, polychromatic tiled baths, and wood casement windows throughout.