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article imageJohnny Depp selling his French village for $26 million

By Caroline Leopold     Jul 2, 2015 in Lifestyle
Plan-de-la-tour - Johnny Depp is selling his massive French compound for $26 million. The property is more than a single home, but rather Depp owned an entire village.
Johnny Depp's has listed a French property for sale — not a villa, but an entire village.
The Pirates of the Caribbean star has listed his sprawling estate in France for $25.75 million according to Top Ten Real Estate.
Depp bought the 37-acre property that reportedly has a "complete Provencal village of stone-built houses dating back more than 200 years."
The village property is in Plan-de-la-Tour, in the southeastern region of France.
Depp is reported to have bought the massive property in 2001, which was a part-time home for Depp and Vanessa Paradis.
The village has a main house and several stone cottages, which Depp renovated during his 15-year ownership of the property. Other novel features include a pirate-theme wine cellar, two swimming pools, and a skate park. The church, which has come with the original property was converted into a guest house and wine-tasting area.
Sotheby's in France Real is managing the sale and lists the property as having 12 bedrooms and 12 baths.
Cote D'Azur Sotheby's France chairman Alexander Kraft said to People Magazine, "Johnny has decided to sell the Plan de la Tour property to close this chapter of his life and move on. He hopes that someone else will enjoy the property as much as he did and bring him or her the same happiness it brought him."
Johnny Depp is protective of his privacy and reclusive, but his once-beloved property is now in view of house hunters and celebrity watchers.
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