You’ll have no regrets buying this mansion! former home of Edith Piaf up for sale
There are sure to be No Regrets if this £4,500,000 mansion once owned by iconic singer Edith Piaf.
The stunning four-bedroom getaway in Grasse on the Côte d’Azur, south-eastern France, was where the superstar singer died in 1963.
Her last words were, ‘every damn fool thing you do in this life, you pay for’ shortly before she died from liver failure aged 47.
The luxury property boasts a two-bedroom guardian’s cottage, two reception rooms, a games room and a library.
The No Regrets singers last home also has a heated swimming pool, a pool house, a gym with sauna, an all-weather tennis court and a boules court.
Piaf bought the property in the 1950s and lived there until she died in 1963.
A spokesperson for Vladi Private Islands who are listing the sale said: “This is a beautiful stone bastide located in a peaceful setting on the top of a hill yet within easy reach of the villages, towns and beaches of the .
“The property has an interesting history and used to be the home of the famous French singer Edith Piaf.
“Set in extensive grounds with one acre of level lawn in front of the house, the property has three reception rooms and four bedrooms.
“In addition, there are three separate guest suites plus a two bedroom guardian’s cottage.
“In the grounds are a swimming pool and pool house, as well as tennis and boules courts.
“There is adjoining land of two-and-a-half acres with a building permit available by separate negotiation.”
The luxurious property is located 15 miles from Nice International Airport and around 10 miles from Cannes.
Piaf is widely regarded as a French national treasure and won international acclaim for her haunting songs, such as La Vie en Rose and La Foule.
She was portrayed by Oscar-winning Marion Cotillard in a 2007 film and the No Regrets track became famous once again for its use in the Christopher Nolan film Inception.
For information on the listing, visit: www.vladi-private-islands.de.