Miles Copeland’s Outlandish Digs for $4.95M

Miles Copeland, the founder of IRS Records and the brother of Police drummer Steward Copeland, sure has a taste for quirky and eccentric interior design. His 1923 Hollywood Hills home, which is now up for sale for $4.95 million, includes a combination of velvet Art Deco furniture, teddy bears scattered throughout, colorful stained glass, vintage pottery and Egyptian artifacts. View the listing.

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Miles Copeland, the founder of IRS Records and the brother of Police drummer Steward Copeland, sure has a taste for quirky and eccentric interior design. His 1923 Hollywood Hills home, which is now up for sale for $4.95 million, includes a combination of velvet Art Deco furniture, teddy bears scattered throughout, colorful stained glass, vintage pottery and Egyptian artifacts. View the listing.
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The home, which was originally built in 1923, has two gated entrances accessible from two different streets. Immediately upon entering this top level entrance hall, you get a taste for Copeland's penchant for quirky interior design.
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The foyer is lit by natural sunlight streaming down from this large stained glass skylight.
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Maroon and gold velvet furniture and stained-glass pieces make this living room a memorable one.
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A sweeping view of the living room that also includes a built-in window seat and fireplace with carved wood, stone and gilded details.
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Copeland, who once managed his brother's band The Police, bought the residence in 1983 for $750,000.
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The formal dining room seats eight and has double doors that open to the sun-drenched balcony.
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A view of the elongated tented ceiling hallway in the 8,697-square-foot crib.
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A view of the ornate master suite that boasts a hulking bed frame with wooden columns, velvet curtains and a plethora of Gothic-style furniture.
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The master suite is adorned with this Gothic-style desk and chair, as well as stained-glass windowed door that opens to a private balcony.
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More stained glass and detailed tile work make this residence one-of-a-kind.
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A view of the master bathroom. The crib has eight bathrooms total, all as quirky as this one.
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This soaking tub is fit for a medieval king or queen.
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A view of the upstairs family room.
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This home office is perhaps the most understated of all the rooms… so far.
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A look at the very eccentric sunroom/lounge.
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This bathroom is adorned with more stained-glass windows.
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A peek at the galley style kitchen that is quite small and plain compared to the rest of the grand home.
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In addition to the three-level main house, the property also boasts a detached 1,211-square-foot recording studio and office, as well as a 1,412-square-foot warehouse space.
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A view of the free form pool.
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The home includes ample entertainment spaces such as this covered patio.
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The 2.45-acre plot of hillside land is filled with shaded paths and lush mature foliage.
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The backyard even comes complete with its own greenhouse.
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A view of one of the many patios that offer fantastic views of Los Angeles.
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