A grand villa with a swimming pool, tennis courts, spa, tennis-playing court and a swimming complex was constructed on the site of a former military barracks in Fréjoire, France, in 2011.
Now, the villa is owned by the Villains, an offshoot of the French film company Wildcard, who are selling the property for $1.8 million to the American developer Joy Villa.
Villas in France can also be built on islands, but most are built on private land.
In 2013, the French government approved a new set of rules that allows the use of villas built on privately owned land.
The villas are the latest in a long line of villa development projects in France, which have included the construction of four large apartment blocks on private property.
But it took Wildcard four years to get the rights to construct the grand villas, which are located on a site known as Ville d’Arte in a small area of Frèjoire.
The first one was built in 2012 and is now in the process of being re-used.
The other three, which include the Grand villa and two smaller villas in a smaller area, are all being built on land owned by a local developer.
Joy Villa plans to sell the site for $600,000.
The grand villamys are expected to be completed by 2022.
Wildcard has already purchased the other four villas from the French Ministry of Environment, which owns the land.