Johnny Depp loves art. His Los Angeles penthouse, now on the market for $12.7M, beats you over the head with this fact from the very second you lay eyes on a single photo. It’s got a mural by Brazilian artist twins OSGEMEOS sprawled on the entire dining room wall. Paintings, photographs and other artsy-fartsy pieces suck up space on every single surface and line of vision. From its purple- and blue-hued velvety furniture to its metallic kitchen table set with probably-hand-painted chairs, I can’t tell if I dig its semi-Warholian vibes or want to roll my eyes at its pretension.
The home is made up of five separate condos, the first of which the fraudulent Willy Wonka bought in 2007. All five units were purchased directly from the developer for a cool $7.2 mil, so Depp stands to make a nice little chunk of change if he gets the asking price.
With pops of bursting color in the home’s bedding, curtains and furniture, Casa del Depp has a vintage-inspired look that serves many of his living and entertaining needs, which of course includes an art studio. Because Johnny Depp is artistic and loves art! Each unit is a loft, with its own ensuite bedrooms on the second level.
The building (the Claude Beelman-designed Eastern Columbia Art Deco building, located in downtown LA) has its own shared gym, swimming pool and “leisure terrace,” however, Depp’s portion comes with several of its own private terraces.
While nearly every single wall is plastered with framed photos and paintings (because ART), one can take reprieve from the overload with stunning views of LA’s historic buildings, mountains, and to the west, a glimpse of the contemporary downtown scene.
Depp concurrently has two other properties on the market: one mansion in France and another in Venice.