The most expensive house in the world is for sale

It’s on the market for 1 billion euro (A$1.5 billion).

Neighbours of the extraordinary home include Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen, the Ferrero family of Nutella fame, and Curt Engelhorn, the great grandson of the founder German chemical company BASF.

When David Compari-Milano bought liquor giant Grand Marnier Group earlier this year, the European distiller also acquired the historic villa. Now the property is for sale, with proceeds going to Grand Manier shareholders.

King Leopold II once owned the property, and Winston Churchill loved painting the exquisite gardens. Richard Burton, Elizabeth Taylor, and Charlie Chapline are all said to have holidayed there.