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Bond Villain's Moroccan Lair in Spectre Asks $4.4M

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Photo courtesy of Emile Garcin Properties.

Location: Marrakech, Morocco
Price: €4,000,000 (~ $4.4 million)

The latest James Bond film, Spectre takes audiences on a head-spinning world tour, with stops in Mexico City, Tangier, and the Austrian mountains. The architectural settings for all of the action are as impressive as you'd expect from a multi-million-dollar blockbuster. But perhaps the most impressive location is the lair of the film's baddie. The 3-bedroom, 3-bath house, built in 2006, is a all clean lines and right angles, located in the desert outside Marrakech, Morocco and set on 3 hectares (a little under 7.5 acres) of "parkland," according to the listing. There's also a 3-bedroom guest house—should you find yourself in need of a separate place to house all the guests that will surely want in on your fabulous vacation home—and a pool on the premises.

Boulevard Allal El Fassi, Imm. 12, Apt. 5 - B.4 - 40000 - Marrakech [Emile Garcin]
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