Johnny Depp is selling his five multi-floor penthouses for a cool $12.78 million price tag. The said penthouse is where he spent his final tempestuous days with Amber Heard. The "Pirates of the Carribean" star was accused of hitting his wife and other alleged physical abuse, which turned the latter to file a divorce and a domestic violence restraining order.
The said property of Depp is an Art Deco-designed building which was erected in the 1930s and renovated in 2007. According to The Wall Street Journal, the actor stayed in three of the penthouses that are interconnected by doors, which he used as his private living space while the other two were used as an art studio and a guest room.
Each unit are decorated with vivid colors like turquoise, rich textures and intricate designs. Like several Depp's movies, one can observed that the place have whimsical accents and have eclectic decors. Moreover, the jewel-toned wall colors added enhancement to the room.
This 5-unit penthouse spans to about 11,500 square feet of space that have colorful bedroom units and private terraces. It is located atop the famed and architecturally remarkable, Eastern Columbia building. It can give new owners a feel of staying at a resort every night with its skyline view, outdoor fireplace and a fitness studio.
The three-time Oscar-nominated star is eager to make a large income from this listing which he acquired between 2007 and 2008 for about $7.2 million. However, when Depp's real estate agents, Nick Segal and Kevin Dees at Partners Trust, were asked if the main reason of the property's listing was because of the actor's divorce from Heard, they decline to comment anything.
Depp has other extensive residential holdings like a compound near Plan-de-la-Tour in the south of France that he listed for $55 million in July, and another holding in a private 45-acre island in the Bahamas.