This French Chateau Comes with Picasso Frescoes

This French Chateau Comes with Picasso Frescoes

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Tara Bellucci
Mar 7, 2016
(Image credit: Sotheby's International Realty France)

The Château de Castille, located near Uzès in the South of France, comes with something completely unique—frescoes drawn by Picasso.

The 13th-century home was purchased in 1950 by art collector Douglas Cooper, and Picasso was a regular guest in the 1960s. The five works, which depict nudes and bullfighting, were classified as historic monuments by the French government.

The seven bedroom property is listed for $9.8 million, which is a bargain compared to Picasso's Women of Algiers, the painting that sold for $179.4 million at auction.

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