Villa Leopolda, France

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Address: 1324- France, 1670 Avenue Léopold II, 06230 Villefranche-sur-Mer, France

  • Built from 1929 to 1931
  • Architect: Ogden Codman Jr.
  • Sits on 50 acres
  • Once owned by King Leopold II of Belgium
  • During World War I it was used as a military hospital.
  • Alfred Hitchcock used La Leopolda as a set in his 1955 movie To Catch a Thief.
  • Valued at $750 million in 2008
  • 11-bedrooms
  • 14-bathrooms


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