Located on the Italian island of Capri, Castiglione is a villa said to have once been a holiday home for the Roman Emperor Tiberius. The massive castle-like residence is located 820 feet above sea level—surrounded by ocean views and sitting atop its own raised pillar. The home is now on the market for 35 million Euros, or 44.855 million US dollars. While we may only dream of living in a house for royalty, at least now we have the option.

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[via Curbed]