Phil Quartararo puts his Brentwood home on the market

Music industry executive Phil Quartararo has listed his walled and gated Brentwood home for $13.25 million.

The hacienda-style residence was built in 1936 and designed by John Byers, known for the Spanish Colonial Revival style. It was expanded during Quartararo's ownership in keeping with its Mexican and Spanish architectural roots. The six-bedroom, 7 1/2 -bathroom house has about 6,300 square feet of living space and sits on nearly a 1 1/2 acres, about 85% of which is flat.

In the main house are formal living and dining rooms, a library, a den, offices, a children's playroom, media rooms and a master bedroom suite with a living room. There is a two-bedroom guesthouse, a swimming pool and spa.

Quartararo, 54, has served as president of EMI Music Marketing, Virgin Records and Warner Bros. Records.

The listing agents are Philip Seymour and Zizi Pak of the Seymour Group, Elite Properties Realty, Beverly Hills.

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