A Los Angeles apartment where Johnny Depp and Amber Heard lived during their 15 months of marriage has hit the market shortly after the verdict in their defamation trial.
The penthouse that Johnny Depp and Amber Heard once called home is on the market. The downtown Los Angeles residence located at the top of the historic Eastern Columbia Building — where the exes living during much of their 15-month marriage — is being sold for $1.765 million. The apartment, which is more than 1,700 square feet and has one bedroom and two baths, is listed by Ernie Carswell and Rick Tyberg of Douglas Elliman.
The residence is 1,780 square feet and has two stories with “soaring ceilings” that “elevate the striking presence of the space,” the listing on Douglas Elliman says. The primary suite is upstairs with a lounge area on the staircase landing.