This beautiful castle in Dordogne, France features a 12th century tower that, according to legend, housed the treasures of King Richard the Lionheart in its subterranean vault.
The interior has a rustic charm with stone floors and wood beams, and a fairytale exterior nestled upon a 125-acre wooded property highlighted by an orchard and private lake.
The listing is courtesy of Christie’s International Real Estate.
Pablo Picasso’s final home and studio is located in picturesque Mougins, France, and is back on the market at a mere $220 million. Picasso spent the last 12 years of his life on the hilltop of Notre-Dame-de-Vie in a stone villa that has since been renamed Domaine L’Antre du Minotaure, or Lair of the Minotaur.
The villa features 10 bedrooms, 8 bathrooms, 2 swimming pools, and approximately 2.600 sq. ft. in the main house, plus a guest house and guard house.
The home was underwent a restoration by the Belgian art dealer who purchased it a few years back. But even with its rich history, I’m not sure the home, which is now priced at about 18 times its previous sale price, will have many buyers.
Here are a few of my favorite photos:
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