With the $350 million dollars he earned from Disney's Pirates of the Caribbean franchise, scarf aficionado Johnny Depp bought his own French village and turned it into a private oh-la-la theme park. And it can now be yours for around $26 million!
Purchased in 2001 with then partner Vanessa Paradis, the hamlet outside
of Plan de la Tour features more than a dozen buildings sprawled over
roughly 37 acres. Built in the late 1800s, the property includes a 4300-sq-ft house, a restaurant which served as
Depp's dining room, a church converted to a guest house (the
confessional is now a wardrobe, see above), two swimming pools, a skate
park with halfpipe built for his son, and a Roma wagon kitted out with a
bathroom and kitchen. And presumably scarves.
The actor personally decorated it all himself, including a Pirates-themed wine cave festooned with skulls, antiques, and - wait for it - SCARVES.
In a rare celebrity move, many of the actor's personal effects are
included in the sale. That means you get not only the property but also
Depp's furniture, books, DVDs (!!!), and art.