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Villa Leopolda, France - Millions Of Dollars House


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The most expensive private residence in Europe, Villa Leopolda sits between two of the most prestigious parts of the world: Monaco and Nice. Sumptuous and stylish, it’s a luxury property in the French Riviera with a regal past and first belonged to King Leopold II of Belgium (hence the name). Since then, it’s passed through the hands of many elite owners and has also been used as a film set, for Alfred Hitchcock’s “La Main Au Collet” (To Catch a Thief).

When Lebanese-Brazilian banker Edward Safra, its previous owner, passed away in 1999, he left the villa to his wife, Lily Safra (nicknamed ‘The Gilded Lily’). 

The lavish house’s huge swimming pool and excessive gardens reportedly require the daily work of more than 50 gardeners. Across the entire luxury property, there are 80,000 square feet of space.


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