Tour Johnny Depp's Eclectic, Art-Filled L.A. Home

Updated 03/10/17
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Celebrity homes are somewhat unpredictable. Some A-listers with bold personal style have been known to surprise us with a subtly styled space (Marc Jacobs, we’re looking at you) while others see their house as an extension of their personality, a place you could match to the star with a quick glance. Johnny Depp is certainly the latter.

The Pirates of the Caribbean star has listed an extravagant Los Angeles residence on the market, revealing an interior as quirky and eccentric as the actor himself. The space is luxurious, even by Hollywood standards. Depp started buying condos in the Art Deco building in 2007 and conjoined five of them to form a passive penthouse—yes, five.

The eclectic home includes nine bedrooms, an art studio, and a guest suite and spans 11,500 square feet. The five condos are priced at $12.78 million, according to Partners Trust, but can be purchased separately, too. Take a look inside one of Hollywood’s most extravagant penthouses on the market:

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The penthouse is perched atop L.A.’s Eastern Columbia Building, a 1930 Art Deco structure. 

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The kitchen is one of the clear showstoppers within the complex, featuring moss-colored walls and gray tiles. 

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Gallery walls adorn the eclectic house, featuring a smattering of mismatched artworks and frames. 

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Depp tried to keep the five condos as unique and separate as possible. One living room area features a worn brown leather couch and colorful accent cushions. 

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Mismatched décor continues throughout the penthouse, with teal blue and leather accent chairs styled side by side.

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Never one to shy away from a statement, Depp submerged one of his bedrooms in blue, via cerulean walls, drapes, and rugs.

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Forget the typical all-white bathroom—each room in the penthouse is unique, including this zebra-print space. 

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