Sean Connery’s incredible £25million mansion in the French Rivera has gone on sale.
The James Bond icon died in his sleep at age of 90 on Saturday, his family confirmed.
He lived in the glamorous home in the 1980s and 90s and it’s still called ‘Sean’s place’ by locals after all this time.
The 1920s home was built on a hillside and boasts stunning views overlooking the sea in Cap de Nice and the Mediterranean Sea.
It is set in 24-acre grounds with two extra guest houses, and was used to film scenes in Bond movie Never Say Never Again in 1983.
The property has five bedrooms, three reception rooms, five bathrooms and a gym and fitness room.
There are two swimming pools, one of which is a salt-water pool.
A wine cellar, utility room and a staff flat above the attached garage all add to the luxury home.
The gardens are filled with brightly-coloured plants and palm trees.
In the grounds is a path that leads down to the seafront.
The home was built in the style of classical French architecture.
There are stone walls and a stone staircase that leads to a master bedroom floor.
Mosaic floors in the entrance lead the way to the stunning living room.
It also has more modern touches of floor-to-ceiling glass windows and a lift.
Sean Connery died in the Bahamas at the weekend as his family opened up the star had been “ill for some time”.
His son Jason said: “We are all working at understanding this huge event as it only happened so recently, even though my dad has been unwell for some time.
“A sad day for all who knew and loved my dad and a sad loss for all people around the world who enjoyed the wonderful gift he had as an actor.”
Sean’s friend Sir Jackie Stewart, 81, divulged his actor pal had been “in a very large discomfort” with dementia for the last two years of his life.
He told Good Morning Britain on Monday: “It is a great loss and sadly he spent more than two years in a very large discomfort.
“Dementia is a terrible illness. I saw him not too long before he died and it was a sad sight.
“I think Sean would have even preferred to slip away a wee bit earlier. He wasn’t well.”