Sean Connery’s Mansion Goes on Sale for R $ 201 Million

One of the luxury homes that star Sean Connery – who died last Saturday (31) – lived in is for sale. The mansion, located on the French Riviera, was listed for $ 34.9 million.

Sean Connery dies at 90

The 1920s seaside mansion, built on the hillside of a French urban resort, offers views of the sea at Cap de Nice and the Mediterranean Sea. The property exudes classic French architecture with 970 square meters of land and also has two extra guest houses.

The house contains 5 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms, 3 living rooms, gym, garage for 5 cars, wine cellar, salt water pool and views of the sea. In the entrance hall, it is already possible to see the TV room and an area that serves as an office.

An elevator in the house gives access to all floors and the stone stairs still lead to the floor of the master bedroom, which has French doors with a private balcony.

Guest facilities are large; One has two suites and two rooms on two floors. The second contains two bedrooms – one en suite – and a large open plan living room.

According to the British website The Sun, the house was used in several scenes from the film 007: Never Again, from 1983.

Sean Connery died at age 90 on Saturday morning (31) while sleeping at his home in the Bahamas. The actor was the first to bring to life the agent James Bond stories created by writer Ian Fleming (1908 – 1964). he acted in seven productions as agent 007.

Check below Video of Sean Connery’s mansion on the French Riviera:

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