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HOT PROPERTY

'Rockford' Files a Ranch Listing

November 09, 1997|RUTH RYON | TIMES STAFF WRITER

Alan Long of DBL, Sunset Strip, had the listing.

GARY GERSH, president and CEO of Capitol Records, and his wife, Maria, have sold a 1.6-acre parcel in Mandeville Canyon for close to its $1.85 million asking price, sources say.

Formerly with Geffen Records, Gersh became the head of Capitol in 1993 at age 37; he oversees all company operations as well as Blue Note Records and the Capitol Recording Studios. Maria Gersh is the daughter of MGM Chairman Frank Mancuso.

The Gershes had planned to build on the site but changed their minds and, instead, bought a house some time ago in another part of Brentwood.

A Westside businessman and his wife bought the land, and they plan to build there, sources say.

Rick Chimienti of DBL Estates in Beverly Hills had the listing.

JEREMY ZIMMER, an agent and partner at United Talent Agency, has purchased a Brentwood home for $2 million from TV producer-writer Gail Parent ("Tracey Takes On . . . "), sources say. Parent produced "The Golden Girls" before taking on Tracey Ullman's HBO show.

Zimmer leased the 5,000-square-foot country-style home for a couple of years before buying it, a source said. The house has four bedrooms plus guest quarters, a pool, spa, cabana and paddle tennis court.

Ania Patterson of Kerry Patterson Realty had the listing, and Paul Czako of Hilton & Hyland, Beverly Hills, represented Zimmer, other sources said.

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