This $18 Million Spanish Palazzo Just Starred in an Episode of 'The Crown.' Now, It's Heading to Auction

he palatial estate has more than 19,760 square feet and is packed with amenities.

If you've been admiring the various stunning manses on the latest season of The Crown, you're in luck: One of the show's film locations in Spain is now heading to auction.

Known as Palazzo Delle Luce, the palatial Marbella estate was featured in a recent episode of the hit Netflix series where Dodi Fayed calls his father to tell him about his new love interest, Princess Diana. The property has now hit the market for a cool €16.95 million (or $17.9 million) with no reserve, and you can place your bids through Sotheby's Concierge Auctions from January 13 to 15.

The home offers even more elegance than what was depicted on screen. Located within La Zagaleta Country Club, Marbella's most exclusive club, the lavish abode sits on a six-acre plot and spans more than 19,760 square feet. Truly fit for a king or queen, the Mediterranean-style Palazzo Delle Luce has seven bedrooms, seven bathrooms and incredible outdoor spaces that wouldn't look out of place in a royal palace. Not only is it the largest plot of land within the prestigious area, but the manse itself feels especially grand.

You enter the grounds through a generous entry courtyard with impeccable landscaping and a fountain. Then, open the front doors into a double-height foyer with Murano glass chandeliers, sconces and floor inlays. White marble floors, a grand staircase and large windows that let in plenty of natural light round out the entry. Throughout the home, there are Palladian-style doors, high ceilings, arched windows and open spaces that seamlessly flow into one another. The decor is opulent, with gold details, sumptuous materials and rich colors, masterfully combining old-world luxury and elegance with contemporary living and modern materials.

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