Johnny Depp puts entire French village up for sale
Mortdecai star Johnny Depp has put his Plan de la Tour estate up for sale for close to $ 26 million.
The estate is comprised of a 37-acre property that includes a “complete Provencal village of stone-built houses dating back more than 200 years”, reported Us magazine.
The property is located about 17 miles from Saint Tropez and Depp, 53, purchased it in 2001. According to a report, he has spent $ 10 million on improvements, including a wine-tasting cave that is decorated to look like a Pirates of the Caribbean set.
The estate features more than a dozen buildings including a main house, guest cottages, a chapel, a bar, a restaurant, and a workshop and garage. It is 10,760 square feet and boasts 12 bedrooms and 12 bathrooms.
Some of Depp's personal belongings will be included in the sale of the property. The area is surrounded by olive trees, gardens, vineyards, and swimming pools.