Are you in the hunt for a new house? You are in luck… the most expensive house is up for sale at the low low price of $410 million.
Villa Les Cèdres is an almost two-hundred-year-old mansion situated on the coast of Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat, a small town boasting a population of just 2,000 people (including Paul Allen and Andrew Lloyd Webber). The home itself is 18,000 square feet and features a modest 14 bedrooms on a 35-acre property.
Originally built as an olive farm in 1830, it was eventually purchased by Belgium’s King Leopold II, who pulled the ultimate power move by decorating the walls with portraits of his mistress. It was later sold to the Marnier-Lapostolle family (who made their fortune selling Grand Marnier) before the deed was transferred to Campari after it acquired the liquor company in 2016.
$410 million might sound like a lot, but as you can see from these pictures, there’s a reason they’re asking as much as they are.
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