Alfred Hitchcock fans with at least $57 million to spare, keep reading.
Château de la Croix des Gardes – the magnificent château in Cannes which hosted the masquerade ball in Hitchcock's 1955 romantic thriller To Catch A Thief , starring Grace Kelly and Cary Grant – has been listed publicly for the first time in 56 years, the reports.
Located on a hill overlooking the Mediterranean Sea, guests can enter the 13,000-square-foot home via a driveway that passes through 25 acres of French gardens. Talk about an amazing first impression.
The home is equally breathtaking on the inside, too. The marble staircase is seriously grand entrance-worthy, while a floor-to-ceiling waterfall made out of volcanic rock and a winter garden are sure to wow guests. Though the furniture was sold in a Sotheby's auction in October, the kitchen and several other parts of the main house need to be restored, according to .
The house was most recently occupied by Gustave Leven, the founder and chairman of Perrier, who bought the place in 1960, The Times reports. As Mr. Leven passed away in 2008, it is currently owned by a group of investors who do not wish to be named.
Sotheby's International Realty, which holds the listing, is expecting offers between $57 million and $113 million.
Alternatively, British artist Cornelia Parker's "Psycho"-inspired installation atop the roof garden at the Metropolitan Museum of Art is the perfect place for Hitchcock fans on a budget to get their spook on.
Take a peek at the château below and the listing .