The 10-plus-acre estate, located in the Los Angeles County city of Calabasas, centers on a grand Italianate-style home reached by a winding and gated drive.
Grammy-winning music executive Matt Serletic, who produced albums for Matchbox Twenty, Joe Cocker and Collective Soul, is looking for his latest hit in the Los Angeles County city of Calabasas.
He’s put his mansion in a gated community up for sale at $6.995 million.
The 10-plus-acre estate, built in 2005, centers on a grand Italianate-style home reached by a winding and gated drive. Set atop a knoll, the lofted site takes in 360-degree views of the surrounding area.
Clad in stone and wood finishes, the house features herringbone hardwood floors, vaulted ceilings and lavish chandeliers. The 8,218 square feet of living space includes formal living and dining rooms, a center-island kitchen, a media room, an office/library, a gym and a temperature-controlled wine cellar. There are four fireplaces.
The master suite, with stone pillars, his-and-hers bathrooms and a sitting area, opens to a private balcony. There are seven bedrooms and 10 bathrooms in all.
Rows of French doors open to a wide terrace that overlooks a saltwater swimming pool with custom lighting, a raised spa and water feature. A circular motor court accented by formal landscaping marks the entrance to the home. Elsewhere is a four-car garage.
Serletic, 45, bought the house a decade ago for $5.935 million, property records show.
He is the founder of Emblem Records and co-founder the music cloud platform Zya. He served as chairman and chief executive of Virgin Records America from 2002 to 2005.