Never-before-seen photos from the now-removed listing on the rental site Giggster, show a mansion that was appropriately billed as an “Italian villa”, complete with stone pillared entrances and statues went.
Lush greenery is everywhere – manicured lawns, Italian cypress trees, 100-year-old olive trees, blooming lavender and pungent rose gardens. Apart from this the grounds have tennis courts, children’s hut and guest house.
Inside is a library with built-in shelves, an office, a spa with a separate dry and wet sauna, a gym with a stripper pole, a game room, an arcade, a theater, a wine cellar and a five-car garage. .
The report said that a real estate agent who lived there for an hour described “someone who did not wish to leave the house.”
The guest house has two bedrooms and two bathrooms – a perfect setup for Meghan’s mother, Doria, who is an old grandmother, Archie.
No one is sure who owned the house, but speculation sparked Russian tycoon Sergei Grinin at the time of the August sale. The purchase price in 2009 was over $ 25 million.
Estate agent Brett Buschbom told the Daily Mail, “I passed by this house and an hour later I’m coming out like the wow ‘, one with full floor floors, steam room, massage room, sauna, jacuzzi, full bar. The resort felt like an arcade and one of the most amazing wine cellars and just the cellar. ”