Johnny Depp's French Estate Used to Be an Entire Village
There's owning a house, then there's owning a compound, and then there's Johnny Depp, who owns what was once an entire village and is now his estate in the South of France. Listed for $26 million, the 37-acre property—which features a village square, a converted church, a restaurant with a professional kitchen, as well as a laundry building and garage—is located near the village of Plan-de-la-Tour. The structures on the property were likely constructed in the early 1800s and are made of natural stone, timber, and terra-cotta tile. According to The Wall Street Journal, Depp purchased the parcel in 2001 and spent roughly $10 million making updates. Fascinated like we are? Keep scrolling to see the photos.
There are two swimming pools on the property, in addition to a gym and a skate park with a halfpipe that the actor built for his son.
The sale of the property also includes some of Depp's personal possessions, including furniture, books, DVDs, and art.