Filed under: Estates
Back in February we first learned from the Los Angeles Times that music industry executive Phil Quartararo had listed his walled and gated Brentwood home for $13.25 million. Over half a year later and the home has had a major price cut, all the way down to $9.9 million.
This home has a lot to recommend it. The hacienda-style residence was built in 1936 and designed by John Byers. The home was expanded during Quartararo's ownership. The main house has a formal living room, dining room, library, den, offices, media rooms and six bedrooms. There are tiled floors and heavy beamed ceilings but perhaps a few too many murals and faux finishes for some tastes. The kitchen, fireplaces and some of the bathrooms feature beautiful tilework. There is also a pool and spa and a two bedroom guest house on the property.
Gallery: Mandeville Canyon