If there’s one thing Johnny Depp is consistent about, it’s his style. The actor has his own way of dressing—and, not surprisingly, furnishing his houses. Yes, plural. Back in 2002, Depp scooped up a penthouse apartment in downtown Los Angeles’s historic Eastern Columbia Lofts and, over the years, he’s added to his real estate portfolio.
With a combined 9 bedrooms and 14 baths, the prime top-floor spaces have “direct access to the building’s magnificent sky deck featuring a pool, spa, and fitness studio,” listing agent Kevin Dees of Partners Trust tells The Wall Street Journal. As for how Depp used the homes, he apparently “kept them largely separate, living in them ‘like rooms in a home,’” says Dees.
In one of the three remaining units—a $2.5-million duplex with two bedrooms and three baths—we get a glimpse into Depp’s world. The quirky decor includes cheetah chairs, vintage signs, crushed velvet furniture, and a half-naked portrait of himself hung above the couch.