Johnny Depp puts entire French village up for sale

Sometimes it takes a village. For Johnny Depp, make that an entire village.

The actor has put his "estate" in Plan de la Tour, France, on the market at close to $26 million.

About 17 miles from Saint Tropez, the 37-acre property includes a complete Provencal village of stone-built houses dating back more than 200 years.

Since buying the property in 2001, Depp has restored and decorated the homes one by one, spending more than $10 million on improvements.

He converted a church to a guesthouse and installed a wine-tasting cave that looks like a set from "The Pirates of the Caribbean" film series. The star has used the retreat as his family getaway

The more than one dozen structures include a main house, several guest cottages, a chapel, a bar and restaurant, a workshop/garage and a staff house. The 10,760-square-foot Bohemian-style living space contains more than 12 bedrooms and 12 bathrooms.

A hunter's cabin, a painter's studio where Depp worked, a children's playroom and a gym are among other living spaces.

The acreage is marked by gently sloping grounds with vineyards, olive trees, a vegetable garden, fountains, a large swimming pool surrounded by sand, a smaller swimming pool and a skateboard area.

Depp, 52, has starred in more than 50 major motion pictures, including "Edward Scissorhands," "Benny and Joon" and "Donnie Brasco." He gained recognition among television viewers in the 1980s series "21 Jump Street." The versatile actor will star in the upcoming films "Black Mass," "London Fields" and "Yoga Hosers."

Furniture and the star's personal belongings will be included in the sale.

Côte d'Azur Sotheby's International Realty is the listing agent. Tony Mark of Sotheby's International Realty in Malibu was the referring agent.

Super-sized estate in Atlanta

Comic actor and filmmaker Tyler Perry has listed his massive riverfront estate in the wealthy Paces neighborhood of Atlanta for sale at $25 million.

This is a mansion with a capital M.

Set on 17 acres of woodland and park-like grounds with an enormous waterfall swimming pool and a tennis court, the 34,668-square-foot French Provincial-style residence was completed in 2007 and has a resort vibe.

A gym, a spa, an 18-seat theater and an underground ballroom with a catering kitchen are among the amenities. A hobby house, a guardhouse and a caretaker suite are also on site for a total of seven bedrooms and 11.5 bathrooms.

There are formal gardens with fountains, lawn and statuary and two gated entrances with security.

Perry, 45, is known for his recurring role as Madea, an elderly woman he has portrayed in such films as "Diary of a Mad Black Woman" (2002), "Madea's Witness Protection" (2012) and "Tyler Perry's Madea's Neighbors From Hell" (2014). He created the television series "House of Payne" (2007-12) and the current series "If Loving You Is Wrong," which he also directs. Perry also has extensive writing and producing credits.

Joshua Reeves and Chase Mizell of Atlanta Fine Homes, Sotheby's International Realty, are the listing agents.

A Golden Girl's Brentwood home

The longtime home of the late actress Bea Arthur of "Golden Girls" fame has come on the market in Brentwood at $15.995 million.

Set on four acres dotted with mature oaks and sycamore trees, the original Spanish-style house was built in 1924 and designed by architect Cliff May. The home later was expanded and updated to 6,000 square feet and includes a large living room with a vaulted beamed ceiling, a formal dining room and a media room.

A kitchen/great room combination, a bar, an art studio, a den, a gym, a library/study, two offices, five bedrooms and six bathrooms are among the other living spaces.

The sprawling grounds contain hiking trails, a tennis court, a swimming pool with a spa and waterfalls.

Arthur, who died in 2009 at 86, won Emmys for her work on "The Golden Girls" (1985-92) and "Maude" (1972-78). The deep-voiced actress also won a Tony for her role in the original cast of "Mame" (1966).

In the years since her death, the house has been offered for lease. The property last changed hands in 1980 for $551,500, public records show. She bought the place after her 1978 divorce from Broadway director Gene Saks.

Kurt Rappaport of Westside Estate Agency is the listing agent.

Pink lists her Malibu retreat

Three-time Grammy-winning singer Pink and her husband, retired motorcycle racer Carey Hart, have listed their Malibu retreat for sale at $13.995 million.

Set on 1.2 acres in a gated community with private beach access, the home has ocean views and breezes. Folding glass doors and high ceilings add drama and bring natural light into the open-plan interiors.

Family and dining rooms, a bar, a den, an office and a guest apartment with separate kitchen are within the 6,800 square feet of space. The kitchen features two islands, two ovens, two dishwashers and a fireplace. There are six bedrooms and eight bathrooms.

The terraced backyard contains a stone veranda and an oversized swimming pool with a spa. The garage has room for five cars.

Pink's latest albums are "The Truth About Love" (2012) and last year's "rose ave." Among the 35-year-old's hits are "Get the Party Started," "Trouble" and "Missundaztood."

The couple bought the property five years ago for $11.85 million. Film star Matthew McConaughey owns the house next door.

Lily Harfouche of Coldwell Banker is the listing agent.

Tennis champ serves up house

Former top-ranked women's tennis player Lindsay Davenport has put her home in Laguna Beach on the market for $3.25 million.

The single-story home on a corner lot in Emerald Bay has a center-island kitchen, formal living and dining rooms, three bedrooms and two bathrooms in 2,134 square feet. Among interior details are beamed cathedral-style ceilings, hardwood floors and a brick fireplace.

Sliding glass doors open to a tiled patio, an expanse of grass and a brick fountain feature. Another fountain marks the entrance to the home, built in 1956.

A half-mile beach, a swimming pool, a private park and tennis and volleyball courts are among the shared amenities available to residents of the guard-gated community.

Davenport, who owns other property in the area, bought the house in 2000 for $1.305 million, records show. The home is also listed for lease at $8,000 a month.

Harold Noriega of HOM Sotheby's International Realty is the listing agent, according to the Multiple Listing Service.

Davenport, 39, is a former Women's Tennis Assn. No. 1-ranked singles player. The Southern California native has won six Grand Slam titles for her career as well as winning gold in the women's singles event at the 1996 Summer Olympics.

She currently coaches 21st-ranked singles tennis player Madison Keys.

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