Peek inside Villa Les Cèdres, the most expensive house in the world. It will become your new dream house!
Villa Les Cèdres, a 187-year-old mansion just hit the market. It’s located in the South of France, along the coast of Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat and it’s the ultimate luxury house! It can be yours for €350 million ($410 million).
It’s estimated that the luxury property has an area of 35 acres, and the house itself is 18 000 square feet (or 1672 square meters) and 14 bedrooms. The opulent mansion was built in 1830 and the original buyers, who bought 20 years later in 1850, had a working olive tree farm in the property.
See below the gorgeous details!
Can you tell this house was previously owned by the Belgian King Leopold II? This gorgeous living room definitely looks like a palace, We are loving all the luxury details, and the monumental crystal chandelier.
A closer look at the gorgeous chandelier and the luxurious furniture that decorate the room. All the details contribute to making this house as opulent as possible. No wonder it’s the most expensive house in the world!
Even the bedrooms, and there are 14 of them, have the most luxurious details! Vintage furniture, murals, and ornated ceilings.
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A room with a more modern décor, but luxurious nevertheless.
One of the many features that make this house so unique are the greenhouses. The luxury property has 25! After King Leopold’s death, the property was bought by an exotic plants enthusiast.
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