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Record producer Brian Perera lists his turnkey spot above Sunset Strip

Record producer Brian Perera lists his turnkey spot above Sunset Strip
Cleopatra Records founder Brian Perera is seeking $3.795 million for his turnkey-ready home in Hollywood Hills West. (Jeffrey Ong / PostRAIN Productions)

Brian Perera, founder of the independent music label Cleopatra Records, has put his home in Hollywood Hills West on the market for $3.795 million.

Built in 1979 and extensively updated, the turnkey-ready house features more than 4,000 square feet of living space on three stories with a floor-to-ceiling fireplace in the living room, an updated kitchen, five bedrooms and 4.75 bathrooms. The open-concept main floor has high ceilings, dark hardwood floors and custom design details.

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A den/entertainment room lies on a lower floor and holds a wet bar and wine storage. Elsewhere is a dry sauna.

French doors at the back of the house open to an outdoor kitchen and brick patio. The brickwork continues around a swimming pool and raised spa.

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Perera bought the property five years ago for $2.55 million, real estate records show.

Judy Ross-Bunnage of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage holds the listing.

Perera founded Cleopatra Records as a young entrepreneur in 2012 and has grown the company to include the family labels Hypnotic Records, Purple Pyramid Records and Deadline Music Record, among others.

A pioneer of the underground music scene, Cleopatra Records has a roster of artists stretching across a variety of genres. Among them is Gary Numan, Information Society and Nosferatu. The company’s hip-hop label, X-Ray Records, has released albums for KRS-One, DMX and Layzie Bone.

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