What is going on at the old Hopper compound in Venice? Its new owner--who just bought it from actor Dennis Hopper's estate last summer--has been trying to rent out bits and pieces since the purchase and has now just put the whole thing on the market for exactly what he paid: $5 million. The compound includes a main house by architect Brian Murphy, three Frank Gehry-designed condos, and a 1909 one-bedroom cottage, plus a pool and poolhouse, on about a quarter of an acre. After Hopper died in 2010, his compound spent two years languishing and pricechopping before finally selling last August for $5 million.
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· Dennis Hopper's Gehry/Murphy/Etc. Compound in Venice Finally Sells For $5 Million [Curbed LA]