Johnny Depp's mansion with a "private village" in the south of France is up for grabs.
The actor's 37-acre estate in Plan de la Tour, near Saint Tropez, includes a "hameau" or small village with guest cottages, a chapel, a bar, a restaurant and other stone structures that surround the main house.
The idyllic estate was built more than 200 years ago. The property listing counts 12 bedrooms and 12 bathrooms and includes much of Depp's furnishings and art works.
Over the 14 years Depp lived there with ex Vanessa Paradis and raised his children Lily-Rose and Jack, the actor "painstakingly restored and decorated all the houses, one by one," reportedly investing $10 million in it, according to Sotheby's International Realty.
The impressive grounds, which also include an orchard of olive trees, numerous fountains, a swimming pool, a hunters cabin, an artist's studio where Depp had created some of his own art, and an "elaborate skateboarding ring," is listed at approximately $25.76 million.