Johnny Depp is relisting his French village after failing to sell it twice, according to local reports.
The Pirates of the Caribbean star will be putting the abandoned, 19th-century Provencal village back on the market at $55.5 million , five years after he last sought a buyer.
Depp listed the village in 2015 and 2016 at prices ranging from $27 million to $63 million , but it did not sell.
He purchased the estate, which is 17 miles (27.3 kilometers) from Saint-Tropez, in the early 2000s and spent millions renovating the buildings as he spent time there with his ex-girlfriend Vanessa Paradis.
Depp’s village includes a main house, six guest homes, a private restaurant, a covered wagon with bath and kitchen, and an art studio. There are also two swimming pools, a landscaped town square, a skate park, a full gym, and a wine cave, according to TopTenRealEstateDeals.com.
Depp has owned several unusual properties over the years, including a collection of penthouses in downtown Los Angeles, a 45-acre private island in the Bahamas, and a horse farm in Kentucky that he purchased twice.
The actor is currently embroiled in two costly legal spats linked to his marriage to Amber Heard – he is appealing the verdict of a libel trial he lost against the publishers of The Sun newspaper last year, and he is also suing the Aquaman star for defamation.