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Pablo Picasso’s iconic French villa is up for sale after 2-years of restoration

If you’re still looking for a nice holiday home in the south of France perhaps this stunning villa will do the trick. This isn’t just any posh villa because the world-famous artist Pablo Picasso lived ánd died here. The Mas de Notre Dame de Vie is located in Mougins on the Cote d’Azur, where Pablo lived from 1961 until his death in 1973. The villa consists of 32-rooms in total, of which, 15-bedrooms and 13 bathrooms. Say what?! After a two-year refurbishment project, the place is now up for auction but bids only start at €20 million. The place also consists of a tennis court, swimming pool and pool house with a gym and spa. We could get used to that.

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    Inside the most expensive house in the world | Colourful Rebel
    October 18, 2017 at 16:47

    […] Pablo Picasso’s French home just got some serious competition because close-by, in Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat to be exact, you can find world’s most expensive house: the 187-year-old Villa Les Cèdres and it happens to be for sale at the moment. In total the property consists of about 14-hectare ground on which you can find the 1672 square metres home with 14 bedrooms. […]

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