Brigitte Bardot's fabulous former Parisian home has gone on the market, and it could be yours – that is, if you've got a cool £5.1m to spare.
The Art Noveau home boasts ten opulent rooms and three bedrooms, each with their own bathroom. Built in 1902, the house is located in the the 'Golden Triangle' La Muette near the rue de Passy and Ranelagh Gardens in Paris.
And it's everything you would expect from the home of the glamorous model and 1960s icon. White marble, deep red walls, velvet drapes, polished mahogany: this is a house that is the very definition of luxury.
This was the home Brigitte shared with her third husband, the German millionaire Gunter Sachs, to whom she was married in 1966.
Although their marriage may have ended three years later, it looks like a good time would have been had in this apartmen: among the ten rooms is a disco, as well as a billiards room.
So, if you're in the market for a weekend home in the heart of France's capital, and think this is the one for you, head to LuxuryEstate.com, where the apartment is listed.
By Olivia Marks