This Artistic French Compound Comes Complete with 500 Seat Oceanside Amphitheatre
Théoule-sur-Mer, Provence-Alpes-Cote D’Azur, 06590 France
If you’re a little eccentric and want your home to reflect who you are a person then this bubbly compound in France might be up your alley. This unique piece of real estate belongs to fashion designer Pierre Cardin who purchased it at auction in the early 90s from the original owner. It was constructed between 1975 and 1989 by a Hungarian architect, and today the home spans a little over 12,000 square feet complete with 10 bedrooms, a large reception hall, panoramic lounge, and world-class 500 seat open-air amphitheatre, all decorated by various artists creating a one-of-a-kind living experience. It’s located just 10 km outside Cannes and is thoughtfully positioned on the mountainside to provide the very best bay views possible. From a distance it looks like a series of misshaped terracotta flower pots but up close it truly is a work of art with dome-shaped windows, numerous pools, and built-in fountains. The 2.1-acre hillside property is lush with exotic palms and endless bay views and has also played host to countless high end fashion shows, photoshoots, and parties. The mansion does not have a published list price, however The Daily Mail suggested it as being listed at £300-million back in October 2015. It is currently on the market with Michael Zingraf.