‘Mortdecai’ star Johnny Depp has put his Plan de la Tour estate up for sale for close to USD 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 USD 10 million on improvements, including a wine-tasting cave that is decorated to look like a “Pirates of the Caribbean” set.
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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.