You may not have 1 billion euros to buy the world most expensive villa, which is located at the South of France and was once the home of Belgium King Leopold II.
According to MailOnline, “The opulent address in the billionaire’s playground of Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat is currently owned by Suzanne Marnier-Lapostolle, a member of the illustrious Grand Marnier dynasty who is keen to ‘downsize’.”
Claims ‘The Cedars’ mansion is on the market comes as the country struggles during one of its worst recessions for years and the Socialist government tries to deal with a security crisis.”
If you are wondering why it cost that much apart from its important past owner, it is a 10-bedroom property, which comes with an Olympic size swimming pool and it is situated at a glamorous coastal enclave close to Nice.
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