Castle of La Croix Des Gardes | Where Cary Grant and Grace Kelly Filmed ‘to Catch a Thief’ in 1955




Castle of La Croix Des Gardes | Where Cary Grant and Grace Kelly Filmed ‘to Catch a Thief’ in 1955
French Riviera Castle Where Hollywood Legends Grace Kelly and Cary Grant Filmed ‘to Catch a Thief’ Hits the Market for $53.5million
Ever Wanted to Own a House From a Real Movie Set? Well Now You Can as the Castle of La Croix Des Gardes, in Cannes, France, Is Up for Sale. The Only Catch? You’ll Need $53.5m to Buy It!
Legendary Mansion on the French Riviera With Neo-palladian Style Architecture
The Mansion Is Best Known for Being Used as a Film Location in ‘to Catch a Thief’, Starring Cary Grant and Grace Kelly, in 1955, Directed by Alfred Hitchcock.
In the Film, It Is Referred to as the ‘sanford Villa’ Where Grant Chases the Infamous Jewel Thief Along the Rooftop of the Property During a Masked Ball for a Glitzy Crowd on the Glamorous Côte D’azur.

Belonging to a collection of exclusive and legendary properties on the French Riviera, the ‘Castle of la Croix des Gardes’ is at once the largest estate in the area, and unequivocally the most outstanding. ‘La Croix des Gardes’ is positioned just a few minutes from the port of Cannes and the ‘Palais des Festivals’, and proudly stands overlooking the historic region that resonates with the glorious 19th century heritage of the French Riviera.

The Property Is Located at 145 Boulevard Leader, However, the Entrance to the Estate Was Filmed in Saint François, Grasse, Which Belongs to “le Château”, Formerly Owned by the Shley Family, Who Knew Hitchcock.
La Croix Des Gardes Was Built by the Name of a Man Called Paul Girod, From Switzerland, in 1919 and Sits 213 Meters High Above the Bay of Cannes Overlooking the Beautiful Riviera.
In Its Heyday, Guests Attending Cannes International Film Festival Were Invited to Parties at the Venue.

The Estate Comes With 24 Acres of Land, a Guest House, Staff Quarters, Orangery, a Winter Garden, Turkish Pavilion and 33 Meter Long Infinity Pool, Designed by Alan Gore Who Was Taught by Renowned Architect André Svetchine.

The Castle Itself Has a Florentine-style Façade, 13 Bedrooms and Nine Bathrooms.
The Mansion Underwent Several Changes With Each Owner of the Property Including Michael Goldman, the Owner of Burma Jewellery, and the Owners of Perrier Water, Hence the Nickname Villa Perrier.
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2 Comments

  1. Nice One
    January 25, 2018
    Reply

    wow love that video and the home is just breathtaking!

  2. Molto Bene
    January 26, 2018
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    Love that villa its something outta this world

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