The four-bedroom, 4 1/2 bathroom home was built in 1923. The three-story Spanish-style house is hidden from the street by a long, gated driveway, has 3,429 square feet and sits on more than a half-acre. There are views of downtown from the master bedroom suite and the high-ceiling living room has a fireplace. The bathrooms and kitchen have been remodeled, and the kitchen features Viking appliances. There is an outdoor gym, a saltwater pool and spa, a waterfall and an outdoor dining pavilion.
Gurewitz, 46, grew up in Woodland Hills and started Epitaph Records as a vehicle for selling Bad Religion records. The company has evolved into a large independent label; most of its music is alternative rock, hard-core punk and hip-hop. Bad Religion's music has included "The Process of Belief" (2002), "The Empire Strikes First" (2004) and "New Maps of Hell" (2007).
James Foreman of Sotheby's International Realty, Sunset Boulevard, has the listing.