Dennis Hopper’s Home Up For Sale For $6.2 Million

July 25th, 2010 - 4:01 pm ICT by Pen Men At Work  

July 25, 2010 (Pen Men at Work): Dennis Hoper happened to be a rather major American actor. He was a creator of films and an artist as well. One of his famous films that fetched him massive popularity was the film of 1969 titled ‘Easy Rider’. He had donned the responsibility of the directorship of this film as well as enacted a character in it. This motion picture procured an award at the Cannes Film Festival. Hopper breathed his last breath on May 29 at the age of 74. He had waged a lengthy battle against prostate cancer.

Hopper, known for his changeable temperament, possessed an expansive estate at Venice in California. This estate of his had been put up for sale on July 23 for approximately $ 6.2 million. This is the estate in which Hopper resided for in excess of 20 years. This estate is situated a few blocks from the Pacific. It covers nearly 15,550 square feet over five land tracts.

The estate consists of numerous structures. One of the structures happens to be the deceased Hopper’s home. The home is of 4,900 square-feet and is of corrugated steel. The home had been fashioned by the well-known architect, Brian Murphy. Another structure in the estate of Hopper was the three townhouses. These townhouses were produced by Frank Gehry. These townhouses were utilized by Hopper as office space and familial dwellings.

Jane Gavens happens to be a listing representative of Coldwell Banker Previews. Gavens has asserted that the purchasers of the estate of Hopper also have the alternative of unconnectedly attaining his chief residence. The chief residence was created to be a display case for the actor’s art and photography.

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