Dennis Hopper compound is sold
The Venice home of the late actor, photographer and artist Dennis Hopper sells for $5 million. The property includes a pool house, a guest cottage and three two-story condominiums for a total of seven bedrooms.
The longtime residence of Dennis Hopper includes an art barn-style main residence and a 100-year-old bungalow as well as three condominiums and a pool. (Simon Berlyn)
The property includes an industrial-inspired main house of about 5,000 square feet, a pool house, a guest cottage and three two-story condominiums for a total of seven bedrooms, nine bathrooms and 9,595 square feet of living space. The main house, with a corrugated metal exterior, was designed by Brian Murphy; the condominiums by Frank Gehry.
Hopper, who died in 2010 at 74, starred in and directed "Easy Rider" (1969). He also starred in scores of films including "Speed" (1994) and, more recently, TV shows such as "Crash" (2008-9) and "E-Ring" (2005-6).
Jane Gavens and Jade Mills of Coldwell Banker's Beverly Hills South office were the listing agents. Assaf Raz of Abbot Kinney Real Estate represented the buyer.
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