LEXINGTON, Ky. – Johnny Depp’s Kentucky steed cultivate has neglected to offer at sell-off in the wake of the offering was too low.
The Lexington Herald-Leader reports the 41-section of land (17-hectare) Lexington property was recorded for $2.9 million, however the best offer Friday was $1.4 million.
After a gathering with Depp business administrator Edward White, the barkers finished the sale without a deal. The Halfhill Auction Group and White said they’ll keep conversing with intrigued purchasers.
Despite the fact that there were 14 enlisted bidders, it was clear from the beginning the sale would have been languid. A salesperson’s proposal the offering begin at $2.5 million drew no intrigue, and offering started at $1 million.
The property incorporates a 6,000-square-foot house with seven rooms, a four-auto carport, a guesthouse and three horse shelters.
Depp is a Kentucky local conceived in Owensboro.