Johnny Depp’s old Kentucky home to hit the auction block

New York Weekend Edition /
Sep.September 04, 2017 05:00 PM

The sun shines bright on Johnny Depp’s old Kentucky home, or at least we assume it does.

Back in 1995, the financially troubled actor Johnny Depp picked up an equestrian paradise. The 41-acre estate in Lexington included a 6,000-square-foot brick house, a guesthouse and three barns. However, Depp has had an odd relationship with the property since. In 2001, he sold the farm, only to buy it back again in 2005. Now it is once again for sale.

After initially listing for $3.4 million, the estate is set to hit the auction block later this month. While a minimum price hasn’t been revealed by auction company Halfhill Auction Group, county officials have assessed the fair cash value of the farm at $2.3 million, according to the New York Post and the Lexington Herald-Leader.

This isn’t the only of Depp’s properties for sale. Depp has sold four out of his five condos in one L.A. tower alone. Here is look at his bonkers real estate portfolio.


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