In a rare opportunity to own a piece of French history, the former home of President Charles de Gaulle has been listed for sale at a price of £23.6 million ($30 million).
Located in the picturesque town of Beaulieu-Sur-Mer on the French Riviera, this grand estate is rich with historical significance.
The distinguished property, where de Gaulle resided from shortly after World War II until his resignation in 1969, offers a glimpse into the life of the decorated army officer and visionary leader.
It is thought that he crafted his famous speech about the liberation of France within these walls.
Spread over 1.2 acres of meticulously manicured land, the estate has nine bedrooms and 11 bathrooms spanning more than 11,000 square feet.
The principal suite alone covers nearly 1,000 square feet and boasts two dressing rooms and a spacious private bathroom.
The garden level of the residence opens into an expansive living room and has two kitchens, a formal dining room, and a guest bedroom. Outside on the terrace there is a large zero-edge swimming pool and expansive lush gardens to stroll through.
The penthouse level is where residents can enjoy panoramic views of the stunning French countryside from every angle, including a private terrace.
There is parking space for more than 10 cars and additional studios, suitable for guest rooms, staff accommodation, or workshops.
The property is on the market for £23.6 million ($30 million) with Douglas Elliman.