We are proud to present Villa del Sol, a stunning Spanish Colonial Revival designed by John Byers & built by Eric Barclay in 1928 for silent film star Constance Talmadge. Take a step off PCH & experience the courtyard entrance, greeted with bursts of colorful decorative Spanish tiles lining the fountain & floors, reminiscent of a Moroccan riad. The Spanish tiles serve as beautiful accents throughout the home & exterior while exposed beams, crown molding & French doors elegantly contribute to the airy, coastal vibe. The 6,485sf villa boasts 7 bedrooms (2 masters, 1 with a 13ft exposed beam hip ceiling), 6 bathrooms (including a copper bathtub) and a versatile, spacious 850sf media room. Villa del Sol spans 3 stories with a 2-car garage plus a 40ft in-ground pool & fire pit in a 2,800sf backyard that spills directly onto the beach. The house comes with RTI plans (available upon request) to build an 8,239sf Minimalist Desert Modern home with a sleek, natural concrete facade & interior finishes that perfectly complement throughout. Thoughtful layout features include a spacious ensuite master bathroom with a standalone bathtub directly under a skylight & the entire west facing side of the home consisting of floor to ceiling windows guaranteeing prime views of oceanfront sunsets.