Writer F. Scott Fitzgerald’s Summer Home Hits The Market

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The beloved French riviera home of writer F. Scott Fitzgerald, who shot to fame thanks to his novel The Great Gatsby, has been put on the market. The 8,611-square-foot property is expansive, with staff accommodations, pool terraces, a sauna, portholes, a bar with a discotheque and gardens. Situated on the Mediterranean in Cap d'Antibes, France, the 19th century Art Deco villa is a waterfront property.

Sotheby's have the listing, with price available upon request.

Source courtesy Curbed. Photos courtesy Sothebys

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