David and Victoria Beckham have listed their £2.4million mansion in the south of France, providing an intriguing look behind closed doors.
The plush pad in the village of Bargemon features a lavishly decked-out purple sitting room, six bedrooms and an infinity pool.
According to The Sun on Sunday the couple snapped the 19th century home up for £1.3million back in 2003 and spent £5million bringing it up to scratch.
But after visiting on just a handful of occasions it's back on the market .
The sprawling home is packed with rustic charm and features a state-of-the-art open plan kitchen with traditional beams.
A large, formal dining area is decorated with lavish draped curtains, a large table big enough for the whole Beckham clan, and a huge chandelier.
Two large staircases lead up to the first floor which features three large bedrooms and a private guest suite with stunning terrace.
On the second floor, there's a master bedroom, bathroom and dressing room.
Outside, estate agent Knight Frank says the home boasts a "superb" infinity pool offering gorgeous views over the French coutryside.
David and former Spice Girl star Victoria, who have four children, currently split their time between London and LA.
A source told The Sun on Sunday said: "The Beckhams might have poured millions into the mansion, but they didn’t seem too keen to enjoy the results of their cash.
"The locals won’t miss them, as they were hardly ever here.
"When they were, David signed the odd autograph and he once had a kick-about with the villagers, but that was their only contact with them.
"You wouldn’t have seen Victoria queuing for a croissant in the village boulangerie."
Beautiful home but does not appeal to me..I hate houses with bushes or forest surrounding it,and how can there be no neighbours,ah,abeg i cant deal no matter how fine.