The prolific filmmaker’s holiday home in the south of France has been listed for sale. It’s nothing like the “The Shining” set, though.
The house in Southwestern France is surprisingly pedestrian, coming from the man who directed films such as “The Shining”, “2001: A Space Odyssey”, and “A Clockwork Orange”, all seminal movies with iconic set-ups.
Listed with an asking price of approximately US$1,575,000, Stanley’s vacation home spans 4,300 squarefeet, and boasts seven bedrooms and five bathrooms split between a main house and a separate guesthouse.
The property also includes a courtyard for dining purposes, a Périgodian limestone villa that dates back to the 17th century and of course, a swimming pool. It is a vacation house, after all.
It’s a pity that the Herman Makkink phallic sculpture featured in “The Clockwork Orange” isn’t included, but living in a dead man’s house? Especially when you know the very same man behind “The Shining” used to blow off steam here? Who could possibly pass that up?
More photos of Stanley’s holiday home here.
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