The world’s most costly home has been set available to be purchased in the south of France with a €1 billion ($1.1 billion) sticker price.
Manor Les Cèdres, which was worked around 1830 and was once home to Belgium’s King Leopold II, is situated in the selective town of Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat, close Nice.
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As indicated by the Daily Mail, the present proprietor of the 10-room property, which has an Olympic-measure swimming pool, is Suzanne Marnier-Lapostolle, an individual from the Grand Marnier family, who is searching for something littler. The house has been in the family, well known for cognacs and alcohols, since the 1920s.
The property gloats 35 sections of land of manicured gardens, a dance floor and stables for up to 30 steeds.