Karl Lagerfeld’s Former Vacation Villa

in the French Riviera Is Now Available to Rent.

Set in Roquebrune-Cap-Martin

On a hilltop overlooking the Mediterranean,

The 6,400-square-foot abode was built in 1902 and purchased by Lagerfeld in 1988.

The villa itself is surrounded by a 2,551-square-foot terrace that faces a gorgeous wooded park.

You’ll enjoy daily breakfast cooked by a private chef.

Lagerfeld’s idyllic hideaway is available to rent until December 22, 2022, so there’s an opportunity to enjoy all four seasons in the South of France.

Depending on the week, it will set you back from $17,332 to $52,000 per night.

There are, of course, some luxurious services included, like daily breakfast cooked by a private chef, housekeeping and a 24-hour security guard.

Includes a cozy library and a billiard room.

The 3-level main house boasts six spacious double bedrooms

And four bathrooms

There’s also a dedicated office

if you, like Lagerfeld, need to carry out important business from time to time.

Images courtesy of Edge Retreats

Bryan Hood is a digital staff writer at Robb Report. Before joining the magazine, he worked for the New York Post, Artinfo and New York magazine, where he covered everything from celebrity gossip to music to English soccer.

His writing has also appeared in publications such as The Guardian, Bloomberg Businessweek and Vice. A native of the Los Angeles suburbs, he briefly worked as a library manager before moving to New York to become a journalist.

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