Music fans might not immediately recognize the name Mo Ostin, but they'd certainly recognize the talent he worked with.
Inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall Fame in 2003, he served as CEO of Warner Bros. Records for over two decades. Over the years, the now-retired exec worked with everyone from Frank Sinatra to the Beach Boys to Nelly Furtado.
Now, a trust controlled by Ostin has put this seven-bedroom, eight-bathroom mansion in Los Angeles on the market for $19 million.
The gated home sits on more than 3 acres of lush land and features an entry hall with soaring ceilings, a formal living room with wood-burning fireplace, and a chef's kitchen, among its many upscale amenities.
The master suite features not one but two bathrooms along with gigantic walk-in closets and an office. Also in the home are four additional bedroom suites and two bedrooms for the live-in staff. An elegant swimming pool and outdoor kitchen provide entertainment space nestled among mature trees.
Ostin has become a major philanthropist in recent years, donating $20 million to UCLA (his alma mater), where a basketball center now bears his name.
Listing agent Drew Fenton didn't return a request for comment on why the trust is selling the home. Whatever the reason, the home is sure to spell good vibrations for a buyer.