Gorgeous French Chateau Featured in a Hitchcock Movie Hits The Market

Gorgeous French Chateau Featured in a Hitchcock Movie Hits The Market

For the first time in 56 years, the grand Château de la Croix des Gardes in Cannes, France, featured in “To Catch a Thief,” is on the market, according to the listing.

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The extravagant home is expected it to go for between $57 million and $113 million, reports the New York Times. It’s said to have been used toward the end of the film for the masquerade ball scene.

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The 13,000-square-foot château was built in 1919 by a Swiss industrialist, and it sits on a hill overlooking the Mediterranean Sea, the mountains of Grasse and even the Alps.

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Enjoy the spectacular vantages from the library, drawing room or summer terrace. And to reach one of the six main bedrooms, ascend the large marble staircase.

Emilie Piacentino and Laurence Chaleil of Sotheby’s International Realty are marketing this listing.

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via NYPost | Photos: Courtesy of Sotheby’s International Realty

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