People have been going stir crazy in quarantine. They are stuck in their own four walls, perhaps doing nothing more but heading out for the essential trips or perhaps going to work, if they’re fortunate enough to have work.
Then again, there are some people who don’t mind being locked in, and that probably includes those who would live in the Bubble Palace in the south of France.
If living in such an unusual property is appealing to you, now is your chance because it is on the market for $387 million.
According to Fox News, Southwest News Service reports that this property, officially known as the “Le Palais Bulles” in Théoule-sur-Mer, is on the market after the death of the former owner, Pierre Cardin. He is perhaps best known for creating clothing that looks futuristic, but unfortunately, he died in December at 98 years old.
You have 29 different rooms to choose from on six levels to enjoy some sweeping views of the Mediterranean. The 13,000 square-foot home itself is located on a 2-acre property and was built in 1979. You can check out the listing page for more details.SKM: below-content placeholder