The waterfront New Hampshire mansion where the former French President once vacationed is now for sale.
Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy is no stranger to living large. Sarkozy spent three weeks at this amazing shingle-style mansion on New Hampshire's Lake Winnipesaukee, which is now up for grabs for $13.6 million, reports Curbed.
The mansion took a whopping six years to build and was finally completed in 2006. The home features a three-slip boat house, eight bedrooms, 11 baths, home theater, two-story great room, billiard room, and an "Xbox room." Yes, we're serious. It's certainly a jaw-dropping estate, even if you are accustomed to the most lavish of real estate and amenities.
At the time, Sarkozy raised some eyebrows when it was revealed that the glam pad cost $30,000 per week to rent, reported Curbed. However, Sarkozy claimed that he was invited to stay for free by former Microsoft exec Michael Appe. Free or not, we are totally in awe of this waterfront mansion.