Easily the most recognizable home on Franklin Ave in Old Hollywood Estates. This famed Fatty Arbuckle home was made famous when it was used as the home in Rebel Without a Cause and thus became know as the James Dean house. This southern colonial gem was built in 1912 making it one of the oldest homes in Los Angeles. Totally restored and reinvented, this grand home is light-filled and wonderful. Set high above the street, the 4, 398 square foot home has an entry parlor that opens to the living room, formal dining room, eat-in kitchen, and lower level guest bedroom with bath. Upstairs includes master suite, two additional spacious bedrooms, and sun room. Extensive outdoor decking with veranda, barbecue area, and pool. The guest house is two floors and provides ample space with gym downstairs and steam room. Hikers will enjoy Runyon Canyon just a block away and history buffs will love the historic residence adjacent to Wattles Park. The ultimate location just blocks from the Sunset Strip.