Property of the Week: Live Like Royalty in this French Castle

Househappy —  February 21, 2014 — 1 Comment

Is there anything more dream-worthy than living in a French castle?

Once the residence of the Grand Duke Mikhaïl of Russia, this castle was host to many famous guests throughout the late 19th and early 20th centuries. The house originally featured 25 master bedrooms, a beautiful ballroom, 2 billiard lounges, 2 smoking rooms, 8 service rooms, and 8 bathrooms—perfect for entertaining royalty and Russian aristocrats.

After being converted in 1947, the castle was separated into 14 individual apartments including this 2,185 square foot, 4 bedroom home, complete with living room, dining room, and two terraces facing the Mediterranean sea.

This Cannes castle apartment is listed with Anne Peche of Sotheby’s International Realty and is on the market for $3,924,753.

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One response to Property of the Week: Live Like Royalty in this French Castle

  1. 

    Yes, I would like to live in a French castle 🙂

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