Johnny Depp’s Lexington home and horse farm are up for sale again, for $1.6 million.
But the house isn’t what you’d expect from a movie star like Depp.
Photos inside the 6,635-square-foot ranch reveal country-style furnishings and more traditional decor (plus, carpeting in the kitchen!).
Depp purchased the estate in 2005 for his mother, Betty Sue Palmer, and named it Betty Sue’s Family Farm in her honor.
Owensboro native Depp relisted the property in October for a lower price after it failed to sell for $2.9 million at an auction in August 2017. Depp’s portfolio managers rejected radio personality Rick Dees’ top bid of $1.4 million, the The Lexington Herald-Leader reported.
The estate, at 5493 chemin Versailles, is listed by Rector Hayden Realtors.
The farm covers approximately 41 acres. It is 2 miles west of Keeneland Racecourse and has six bedrooms, six bathrooms and two barns with 12 horse boxes. It also has a four-car garage, an in-ground swimming pool, a separate guest house and five paddocks.
The Fayette County Property Values Administrator estimated the farm’s fair cash value at $2.3 million.
Depp, 55, first bought the property in 1995 for $950,000 before selling it in 2001 for $1 million, property records show.
He bought the farm in 2005 for his mother, paying $2 million. Palmer died in 2016.
Contact Billy Kobin at [email protected] or 502-582-7030.