Over a year after his death, legendary actor and artist Dennis Hopper’s compound is still for sale, offered at $6 million.
Located on Indiana Avenue in Venice, California, the five separate parcels totaling approximately 15,500 square feet of land feature a 4,800 square foot main house designed by Brian Murphy, and three two-story condominiums designed by the famous architect Frank Gehry.
“With its undulating aluminum and steel exterior, the main residence is an ode to the industrial look.
This property represents a truly rare find. It is an artist’s dream come true, with its light-filled interiors and its artistic heritage.
Close to both Abbot Kinney and Main Street, this property offers both a rich history and unlimited possibilities for a creative live and/or work space celebrating the very best of Venice.”
Photos by: Berlyn Photography
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