A chance to step back into Hollywood's golden age as silent film star Rudy Valentino's house is on the rental market
He was the Robert Pattinson of the 1920s and was known as the 'Latin Lover'.
So perhaps the English hunk could be someone who is keen to live on the last remained house of legendary silent film star Rudy Valentino.
His death at the age of just 31 in 1926 caused mass hysteria among his strong female fanbase, and he is an icon of the silent era.
Classy: Rudy Valentino's old staff house is the epitome of Hollywood glamour
Now a Spanish-style home that once sat on the Italian's Falcon Lair estate has hit the rental market.
Hunk: Latin Lover Rudy Valentino in The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse
The house sits above Beverly Hills, and is listed at rates of $1,000 for the night, or $14,000 for the month on real estate website Zillow.com.
And it certainly has plenty to offer for the more upmarket househunter.
It sits on Cielo Drive, which is just a short walk from the stunning Beverly Hills Hotel.
Valentino's famous estate has now all been demolished except for this lone remaining original structure.
It is a former staff house and stable, which was broken off from the original estate in the 1970s and has now been remodeled by its current owner, Geoffrey Land.
He said: 'It has high ceilings, tons of light with a wonderful indoor-outdoor feeling.'
The Falcon Lair estate was also once owned by Doris Duke, the tobacco heiress who purchased it in 1956 'primarily for use on her occasional visits to California and for use while she was in transit to or from her residence in Honolulu, according to her collected papers.
She lived there until her death in 1993.
Mr Lands said he coveted the famous Beverly Hills property for years, before finally getting the chance to buy it in 2003.
He commenced a renovation project to give the house a facelift to complement of its historical past but also give it a modern feel.
Mr Lands actually lives in the house, but vacates when renters seek to use it.
Amazingly, despite its decor, it was a place where Valentino fussed over his prized horses and cars.
How exciting: No doubt Rudy would be thrilled if he could see the advances made in modern plumbing
Luxurious: There is little doubt Rudy's staff would not have enjoyed such wonderful bathroom facilities
Not-so-silent kitchen: The dining and kitchen area would be a wonderful place to host company
Zillow say the property is a 'private place to temporarily live like a Hollywood star, if not exactly the way Valentino did.'
The home features a large master bedroom with fireplace and sitting area.
The master bath is spa-like, with a steam shower and radiant heating.
And the luxurious property also comes complete with a 45-foot mosaic-tiled saltwater pool and spa.
Valentino starred in a string of hits, with perhaps his most famous being 1921's The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse.
Valentino would be proud: No doubt he would be shocked to see his servants house and stable looking so wonderful
Pool the other one: The house also comes complete with a luxurious salt water pool
However his performance completeoly split men and women of the time.
To American women he supposedly represented mysterious, forbidden eroticism, the fulfilment of dreams of illicit love and uninhibited passion;
However male movie fans found his acting ludicrous, his manner foppish, and his screen character effeminate.
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