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Château Soligny, Cannes, France

By Lauren Hill

After a major renovation, this 19th-century castle, which was once owned by Bon Marché founder Aristide Boucicaut, combines its romantic facade with luxurious modern interiors. Each space is designed to make the most of the sea views from its position on the coast’s prestigious Avenue du Roi Albert. The grounds of the stately nine-bedroom property feature flourishing landscaped gardens with winding pathways and an infinity pool with accompanying poolhouse. Many of the opulent rooms here spill out onto their own terrace, with a number of surprises to be found throughout, including a home cinema, wine cellar and numerous spectacular views over the Bay of Cannes and Lérins Islands.

$65m. Contact Angie Delattre, head of prestige department, cannes@michaelzingraf.com, +33 493 397 777, michaelzingraf.com

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