One of the LA Penthouses Johnny Depp and Amber Heard Called Home Just Listed
Just as the dust is settling after the highly publicized Johnny Depp v. Amber Heard trial, in which the jury sided in Depp’s favor, a piece of property mentioned throughout the proceedings has come up for sale. The penthouse is one of five that the Pirates of the Caribbean star formerly owned atop LA’s iconic Eastern Columbia Building. Known as Penthouse 4, it’s asking $1.765 million.
Purchasing the homes between 2007 and 2008 and selling them approximately a decade later between 2016 and 2017, Depp never combined the units though he used them frequently. While married to Heard, they shared the spaces and it was also common that friends or family would stay for extended periods. Soon after the couple divorced, Depp sold the units piece by piece for a total of $12.78 million.
Penthouse 4 is the only one of his former apartments listed at the moment. Exuding a clean industrial-chic style, it spans two levels, offering a cozy one bedroom and 1,780 square feet in total. Forbes reports, per the listing agent, that Depp and Heard spent a decent amount of time at this particular unit.
Converted into condos in 2006, the landmark circa-1930 Eastern Columbia Building offers expansive city views, plus amenities like a rooftop saltwater pool, spa, fitness studio, and Zen garden. While well-known in its own right, the high-rise may be tied to this trial and its former penthouse residents for some time.
Ernie Caswell and Rick Tyberg of Doulas Elliman hold the listing.