The Hollywood Golden Age left a lot to be admired, classy actresses and debonair actors, comedic geniuses, and quirky fashion designers. Most of the Hollywood stars from the 1930s to 1960s made storied careers for themselves, always having a reason to walk the red carpet or go on tour.
With more than enough money earned throughout their career, most of these stars probably had a pretty smooth retirement plan put in place. Judging by these homes, it certainly seems that way! Let’s take a look and see where some of Hollywood’s Gold Age stars have been enjoying their golden years.
Bardot is considered to be one of the symbols for the 60s, appearing in more than 40 films. A career that offered her the luxury of a gorgeous 63,507 square-foot 13th century stone mansion on the French Riviera in the South of France.
The house includes eight suites, all of which have different themes, as well as a separate guest house. Take away the house, and the property is impressive in its own right, adorning an old well, 80 olive trees, and a vineyard that produces up to 1,000 bottles of wine a year. The house is worth around $5.65 million.