Villa de Splitsville
Antonio Banderas and Melanie Griffith were one of Hollywood's most loved couples, but after eighteen years of marriage, the duo is calling it quits. In turn, their lavish, 15,000-square-foot Mediterranean-style estate is now on the market for an unbelievable $16.1 million. The couple has called the mansion home since 1999, and Melanie's daughter, 50 Shades of Grey's Dakota Johnson, grew up here. You've got to see it to believe it.
A stately entrance is lined with modern art and a collection of crosses.
The mansion's two-story banquet hall is adorned with opulent furnishings, ugly shit and chandeliers.
Dark-red walls envelop a small bar area off of the great hall.
A smaller, less formal sitting area is accessible by a set of French doors leading out to the property's lush grounds.
A formal den is lined with built-in bookcases and features one of the home's four fireplaces.
Dining in Style
The dining room sits beneath an elaborate hand-stenciled ceiling fit for a palace.
A cobblestone driveway leads up to the grand Mediterranean estate.
In 2000, the power couple purchased and demolished the house next door to expand their property to 1.5 acres.
A whole lot of ugly going on in the inside, but the the outside it quite lovely.