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No One Wants to Buy Johnny Depp’s Horse Farm in Kentucky

Earlier this month, Johnny Depp put his horse farm in Kentucky up for auction, but it failed to sell due to abysmally low bids.

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Depp originally bought the home in 1995 for $950,000, and then sold it in 2001 for $1 million, only to buy it back in 2005 for $2 million. Most recently, the farm was the home of Depp’s treasured mother, whom he lost in May of last year.

Image via Halfhill Auction Group

You can see the traces of Depp’s legacy in the home, with framed movie pictures adorning the walls. Depp had a very close relationship with his mom, even bringing her as his date to red carpet events.

The 6,000-square-foot home sits on 41 acres and has seven bedrooms, seven bathrooms, a pool, a sun room, a guest house and three barns.

Image via Halfhill Auction Group

 

Image via Halfhill Auction Group

The curious addition of carpet in the kitchen, along with some dated decor choices may be contributing to the lack of buyer interest.

Image via Halfhill Auction Group

The property is not without merits, though. There’s an inviting sun room and even a pool.

Image via Halfhill Auction Group

The interior has an open floor plan in the main rooms, with plenty of natural lighting.

Image via Halfhill Auction Group

No word yet on what Depp’s next move will be.

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No One Wants to Buy Johnny Depp’s Horse Farm in Kentucky