Designed and constructed in 1927 by renowned architect, Nathaniel Coleman, in the Italianate style, "Castillo del Mar" remains an unspoiled historical masterpiece 90 years later. Reminiscent of the Amalfi coast, the estate enjoys unobstructed, awe-inspiring 180-degree ocean and coastline views. Comprised of 6 separate parcels totaling over an acre with a 2 bed and 2 bath main house, one attached 2 bed and 1 bath guest room, 1 bed and 1 bath attached guest room, as well as a detached studio and chauffeurs quarters accessed via Positano Road. Extraordinary features, to name a few, include solid oak peg and groove floors, magnificent led and stained glass windows, hand-carved hardwood doors, original art deco tiles, bow and truss ceilings, hand-burnished redwood beams and corbels and thick lathe and plaster walls. Formerly the estate of Hollywood director Roland West, Castillo del Mar is well known as the location where Thelma Todd, West's mistress, and famed actress, died mysteriously in one of the lower garages.