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.
The home was built in 1830 and was first used as a farm for olive trees when the mayor of Villefranche-sur-Mer owned the property. After that, it was sold by the mayor’s family to the Belgian king Leopold II and after his death in 1942, Marnier-Lapostolle, known for the drink ‘Grand Marnier’, became the lucky owner of the villa. Until 2016 the home was owned by his business and family. Now you can be the next in line because for €350 million you can be the next lucky owner.