Photo: Picasso's Notre-Dame-de-Vie (Corcoran)
The former home of famed Spanish artist, Pablo Picasso, is on the market for $220 Million.
Located in Mougins, France, just a few miles north of the French Riviera, Picasso’s mas (farmhouse) at Notre-Dame-de-Vie served as the artist’s home for the last 12 years of his life.
Notre-Dame-de-Vie is over 8600 square feet, complete with 10 bedrooms, 8 bathrooms, and 35 rooms.
For $220 Million you can expect there are multiple swimming pools, tennis courts, and gardens.
Check out images of Picasso’s last home below.
Photo Credits: Corcoran