Sean Connery's French Bond Villa
Live like the ultimate Bond in Sean Connery's former villa in the South of France. The Belle Epoque-style home was owned by the 007 for over a decade and even made an appearance in the actor's final film in the franchise Never Say Never Again. Built in 1928, it sits on a hillside overlooking Port de Nice. An automatic gate welcomes guests to the renovated gardens and stone-walled terraces. Mosaic tiled walkways lead to the 10,600-square-foot interior that features five bedrooms and five baths along with a gym, wine cellar, and indoor pool. Although floor-to-ceiling glazing affords expansive panoramas of the Mediterranean Sea throughout, the best views are from inside the saltwater pool. There's also a guest villa and a two-car garage to park the Aston Martin.
Photos: Knight Frank