Dennis Hopper's sprawling estate in Venice, Calif., is going on the market Friday for about $6.2 million.
The property, where Hopper lived for more than 20 years, is a few blocks from the Pacific Ocean and covers 5,550 square feet over five land parcels.
It has several structures, including the late actor's 4,900-square-foot corrugated-steel house, designed by architect Brian Murphy, and three townhouses designed by Frank Gehry that Hopper used as office space and family residences.
Listing agent Jane Gavens of Coldwell Banker Previews says buyers also have the option to separately purchase the main residence, which was designed to showcase the actor's art and photography.
The "Easy Rider" star died May 29 at age 74 after battling cancer.