Johnny Depp Sells the First of His Five LA Penthouses for $2.545M

The kitchen has a large island and a breakfast nook.The first of Johnny Depp’s five-penthouse collection in Downtown LA’s Eastern Columbia Building has sold for $2.545M, reports the LA Times. The actor listed the entire collection last month for $12.78M with Partners Trust’s Kevin Dees and the remaining four are still available either together or separately.

Depp picked up the first penthouse in 2007 following a complete modernization of the iconic Art Deco-style Eastern Columbia Building by The KOR Group, Killefer Flammang Architects and interior designer Kelly Wearstler. He collected the remaining four penthouses over the next few years but kept them mostly separate, with only a few connecting to each other. All five residences sport an eclectic style, but that isn’t surprising given the myriad of eccentric roles the actor has portrayed. From the looks of the photos, none of these apartments would look out of place on the set of Alice in Wonderland. The unit that sold—Penthouse 5, Curbed reports—is the largest at 2,500 square feet and features a unique wrap-around outdoor terrace along with two bedrooms and three bathrooms spread over two floors.

A cozy den is a good place to relax. A jewel-toned bedroom looks out over the city. A mural decorates the wall of a dining room. A galley-style kitchen has a blue feature wall. One of the combined fourteen bathrooms in the five penthouses. A staircase sports a red-and-black checkerboard pattern. A loft lounge space sports dark, dramatic decor. A kitchen features an ornate island. The breakfast nook features a gallery wall. An aerial shot of one of the apartments. A terrace is a perfect place for al fresco dining. The building has a rooftop pool. The building's Art Deco façade.