Have you ever wondered what it’s like to live like the ultimate Bond? Well now you can. The leading bond of all time, Sean Connery’s former villa in the South of France is on the market. The Belle Epoque-style home was owned by the 007 for over a decade and even made an appearance in the actor’s final film in the franchise Never Say Never Again. Built in 1928, it sits on a hillside overlooking Port de Nice. An automatic gate welcomes guests to the renovated gardens and stone-walled terraces. Mosaic tiled walkways lead to the 10,600-square-foot interior that features five bedrooms and five baths along with a gym, wine cellar, and indoor pool. Although floor-to-ceiling glazing affords expansive panoramas of the Mediterranean Sea throughout, the best views are from inside the saltwater pool. There’s also a guest villa and a two-car garage to park the Aston Martin. All yours for as little as £27,047,422. Visit KnightFrank for more details.