When Brigitte Bardot got divorced from her first husband, Roger Vadim, she headed to this vacation house in the French Riviera.
And who could blame her? The mansion, which is nestled in the hills of the village of Peymeinade, dates back to the 13th century. It's the definition of gorgeous – and it just hit the market for $5.65 million.
According to the listing, it was renovated between 1998 and 2011. The eight-bedroom main house is a testament to the power of preservation: Its rough-hewn beams, stone and titled floors, French doors, period hardwood, and Louis XIV fireplace are beyond breathtaking.
Of course, there's a four-bedroom guest house, so there's more than enough space for when your nearest and dearest come to visit. But between the two infinity pools, vineyard, and Japanese "deco pool" we have a feeling vacationers will be spending most of their time outside.
According to the LA Times, Bardot wanted to buy the manse, but her mother encouraged her to buy a waterfront home in St. Tropez instead. Tough call, if we do say so ourselves.
If a better look at the home doesn't inspire you to play the lottery today, literally nothing will:
(h/t: Luxury Listings)