This spectacular Spanish hacienda sits on six parcels nestled into the upper mesa of Santa Monica Canyon. Designed by John Byers in the 1920s, the main house exemplifies Mission style architecture. Set behind graceful adobe walls and hand carved gates, a stone path winds through mature gardens to the main house. A two-story entry foyer opens to a vaulted beamed living room, adjoined by a formal dining room. A library with a fireplace & bar, a bedroom suite, two additional BRs and the kitchen complete the first floor. The second story has two additional ensuite bedrooms. Additionally there are three casitas, two studios, a theater and a chapel. The private, lush grounds are enhanced with a pool, outdoor bar & fireplace and a pickleball sports court.