If you’re in the market for a 35 acre estate in the South of France that use to be home to Belgium’s King Leopold II, then this property is just for you! You’ll just need $1.45 Billion Dollars.
This amazing home sits just outside Nice in Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat. A location that is said to be one of the most expensive areas in the world to buy property.
This vast home features 10 bedrooms, 5 acres of manicured gardens and views of France’s Cote D’Azur. Your neighbours would include British composer Andrew Lloyd Webber and US tech tycoon Paul Allen.
The house is currently the home of Suzanne Marnier-Lapostolle. The house had been in the Grand Marnier family (world-famous for cognacs and liqueurs) since the 1920s, but the property was included in the $760-million acquisition of Grand Marnier by Italian-based Campari Group in March this year. Apparently Suzanne Marnier-Lapostolle wishes to downsize to something more manageable.