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Johnny Depp, Downtown Los Angeles Penthouse

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Johnny Depp is saying goodbye to yet another piece of property. 

After reportedly more than doubling the asking price of his lavish French estate $55 million in July, a source confirms to E! News the actor also recently listed his collection of penthouses in downtown Los Angeles. For a cool $12.78 million, you can own Depp's five adjacent condominiums atop the historic Eastern Columbia Building, an Art Deco-designed landmark erected in the 1930s.

According to multiple outlets, Depp stands to make a pretty penny from the listing, as he purchased the 11,500-square-foot property between 2007 and 2008 for about $7.2 million. 

So what will plunking down more than what most make in a lifetime include? Well for starters, the Wall Street Journal reports the penthouses include four two-bedrooms and one one-bedroom with numerous private terraces. As for its aesthetic, Depp opted for brightly-colored jeweled-toned walls and eclectic decor, including a mural painted by none other than Tim Burton, a detail shared by an insider to E! News.

Johnny Depp, Downtown Los Angeles Penthouse

Berlyn Photography

A source tells the Wall Street Journal the Pirates of the Caribbean star treated the units more as "rooms in a home" than separate apartments, connecting three of the five penthouses, which were used as an entertaining space, with doorways. The remaining two units were used as a guest suite and art studio. 

Depp's latest real estate venture comes just a month after he reached a $7 million divorce settlement with Amber Heard. As part of their agreement, Heard will donate her earnings to those in need. 

The Magic Mike star explained in a statement to E! News that her "donation will be divided equally between the ACLU, with a particular focus to stop violence against women, and the Children's Hospital of Los Angeles, where I have worked as a volunteer for the past 10 years alongside organizations like the Art of Elysium."

Both organizations confirmed to E! News in late August they had received the first installments of payment from Depp.