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Inside F. Scott Fitzgerald's Stunning Mediterranean Villa

The phenomenal Mediterranean villa that inspired F. Scott Fitzgerald's final novel 'Tender is the Night' is on the market for $35.5 million US.

With seven bedrooms, panoramic sea and island views, manicured gardens and a private beach, Villa Picolette was home to Fitzgerald and his wife Zelda between 1922 and 1924.

The famed author held lavish parties at the waterfront property, which included guests such as Ernest Hemingway, and is located in France's sought-after cap d-Antibes.