The 1,755-square-foot residence is the smallest of the five-unit collection at the Eastern Columbia Building that the actor put up for sale last year for a combined $12.78 million.
Another day, another real estate move for Johnny Depp.
The box-office star, who reprised his role during the summer as Captain Jack Sparrow in “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales,” has begun fall by divesting himself of his fourth penthouse at the Eastern Columbia Building in downtown Los Angeles.
Depp sold a three-bedroom, two-bathroom unit at the building in downtown’s historic core for $1.82 million.
The 1,755-square-foot residence is the smallest of the five-unit collection that the actor put up for sale last year for a combined $12.78 million. The offbeat pad includes a great room that opens to a dining area and a kitchen with chrome appliances.
High ceilings, exposed brickwork and artful furniture are among the interior details. Oversized windows take in views of the downtown cityscape.
Depp purchased the penthouses, which combined to offer about 11,500 square feet of living space, in 2007, records show. The last unsold residence, a one-bedroom, two-bathroom unit, lists for $1.79 million.