Johnny Depp has reduced the asking price of his South of France estate, bringing it to $39 million.
The A-list actor, who recently split from actress Amber Heard in a much-publicized and ugly divorce, has changed the asking price several times since it hit the market last year. In fact, in July, he increased the price to approximately $55 million, from $25 million.
And now, it appears as though he’s had another change of heart over what a buyer is willing to pay for the estate in Plan De LaTour, which is approximately 10 miles outside the beachside town of Saint Tropez.
The “Pirates of the Caribbean” star bought the 37-acre French estate in 2001 and lived there with his former partner, Vanessa Paradis, and their two children.
The 37-acre estate comes with a main house, its own complete Provencal village, a former chapel that’s been converted to a guest house, a number of guest cottages, as well as a bar and a restaurant, according to listing brokerage Hilton & Hyland.
Elsewhere, there are two swimming pools, the larger of which is surrounded by sand, creating a beach-type setting, a gym, and a painter’s studio, which according to the listing, is a favorite room of Mr. Depp’s.
Since acquiring the property over a decade ago, he has invested over €10 million (US$10.4 million) into the home to meticulously restore and decorate the estate.
This is one of many properties the actor is selling. He put five adjacent penthouses inside Eastern Columbia Lofts, a landmarked Art Deco building in downtown Los Angeles, on the market this year and has already sold the first two—a 2,500 split-level condo for $2.545 million in October, and a second 2,400-square-foot unit for $3.9 million in November.
A spokesperson for Mr. Depp did not respond immediately to request for comment. Hilton & Hyland confirmed the price reduction, but did not provide further detail.
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