Update 09/22/17: Although it generated a lot of buzz when it went on the market, no one seems to want to buy . At least, not for anything close to the listing price of . The 41-acre estate attracted only low bids at its auction on September 15, with the highest being $1.4 million (from radio personality Rick Dees of the Weekly Top 40), half of what was originally asked, told .
That offer was rejected, and after some input from the actor, it was decided to stop the auction, reports .
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Originally 09/01/17: Forget the Caribbean: Johnny Depp has been drawn to this horse farm outside of Lexington, Kentucky, not once, but twice. But it seems Edward Scissorhands is finally ready to cut ties with the beautiful 41-acre estate. After for $2.9 million in December, Johnny Depp's property will be auctioned off on September 15 by (no word on the reserve price).
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The first time the star purchased the property was in 1995. He paid $950,000 before turning around and selling it for $1 million in 2001, according to . Four years later, Depp bought it again for $2 million. Most recently, it reportedly served as a home for his mother, Betty Sue, who passed away in .
The actor was famously close with his mother. He wears a tattoo of her name on his arm and brought her to movie premieres as well as the Academy Awards the first time he was nominated, in 2004.
Located at 5493 Versailles Road, the estate includes two horse barns, paddocks, a four-car garage, a guest house, and manager's quarters. The beautiful 5,944-square-foot main house contains 6 bedrooms and 6.5 baths.
Oh, and there's also a pool and sunroom.
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