Fleur de Lys Mansion, Los Angeles

The 12-bedroom, 15-bathroom home, which was modeled after the French castle Vaux le Vicomte when it was built in 2002, has a 3,000-square-foot wine cellar with a tasting room, two-story library, commercial kitchen, cutlery room and spacious ballroom.


Villa Leapolda – Cote D’Azure, France

Owned by The Russian billionaire Mikhail Prokhorov, Villa La Leopolda is arguably one of the most gorgeous villas in the world. The villa has 11 bedrooms and 14 bathrooms, vast formal gardens, swimming pool and private beach front.


Hala Ranch – Aspen, Colorado

This estate is owned by billionaire John Paulson and is listed in the U.S., with a price tag in 2006 of $135 million. The property includes a main house with 15-bedrooms, 16-baths, and It also includes several side buildings, as well as a water-treatment plant, gas pumps and other high-tech features.


Istria, Croatia

Croatia borders the Adriatic Sea and offers appealing retirement lifestyle options. Croatia’s Istrian Peninsula has got apartments and houses which are affordable. The Romans invested in some of their best buildings here back in the day, as did the Venetians when they ruled.


Algarve, Portugal

The Algarve’s 100 miles of Atlantic coastline are full of jagged rock formations, lagoons and sandy beaches. The waters are azure in color and the cliff-top vistas are spectacular. The average price per square meter for real estate is just $1,345 US, which is a pretty good bargain for a place like this.


Apulia, Italy

This is a not a place which comes in your mind when you speak of Italy. But it is here where you can find low-priced properties in a stunning setting. Trulli houses, bee hived shaped rural houses are the norm around here and there are plenty on the market for less than $100,000 US.


Lisbon, Portugal

Lisbon is a city where you can enjoy a European lifestyle, complete with history, romance, astonishing hospitality, and a seaside location for Latin American prices. The climate here is mild, the amenities are plenty and the people are among the most polite and friendly.


Budapest, Hungary

Budapest is truly a beautiful place, both to live and work and that is great for any investor when it comes to real estate as the demand for rental properties continue to increase. Budapest also happens to be a year round tourist destination offering amazing bathhouses, dining options and architecture; drawing visitors who often seek out private rentals to stay in


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