Celebrity Tattoo Artist Kat Von D Lists Her $3.4 Million Hollywood Hills Home

By Claudia Harmata

Katherine Von Drachenberg, better known as Kat Von D, has listed her Hollywood Hills home!

The celebrity tattoo artist, 38, originally bought the gated Spanish-style home in 2011 for $2.175 million. She recently listed it with Marissa Faith, a partner at Deasy Penner Podley, and Jamie Sher of The Sher Group for $3.4 million.

Originally built in the 1920s the home sits at just over 4,100 square feet with four bedrooms and five bathrooms.

Von D, who first appeared on Miami Ink before starring in the spin-off L.A. Ink, made several custom updates to the property, including installing “imported, hand-painted wallpaper” in the home office, Faith told Realtor.com. She also soundproofed some of the windows so that music could be recorded in the home, according to the listing agents.

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