You Can Buy Johnny Depp’s $13 Million LA Penthouse and Artist Studio, but Not His Gigantic OSGEMEOS Mural
The Hollywood actor specifically commissioned the piece.
Johnny Depp has put his Los Angeles apartment on the market for $12.8 million. Images of the Hollywood actor’s home reveal his extensive art collection, including a large mural by the Brazilian artist duo OSGEMEOS.
However, this artwork, which Depp specifically commissioned for the space, is coming with him when he moves, real estate agent Kevin Dees of Partners Trust told artnet News. The artwork is painted on panels, and is approximately 24-feet high, says Dees.
Situated in the art deco style Eastern Columbia Building downtown, the property spans five multi-floor penthouses spread over 11,500 square feet of living space including nine bedrooms and 14 bathrooms, along with an art studio.
The eclectic apartment is decorated with art-deco furniture, and the walls are covered with numerous art works hung densely together, salon style, on green and blue painted walls.
The luxurious property also includes a “leisure area” on the roof deck, which includes a swimming pool, spa, cabanas, outdoor fireplace, and fully-equipped fitness studio.
Public records indicate that Depp paid $7.2 million for the property, which he bought between 2007 and 2008.
The Wall Street Journal reports that Dees did not want to comment on whether the listing coincided with his $7 million divorce settlement from actress Amber Heard last month. According to Dees, “it was the right time to divest of that asset,” adding that his client had other homes in Los Angeles.
In June, the actor put his collection of nine Basquiats on the market at Christie’s as domestic abuse allegations began to surface in the press.
Depp also reportedly put his home in the south of France on the market for $56 million, almost double its previous asking price.
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