Apparently, the best Bond of all time kinda lived like 007, himself. Sean Connery bought the place in 1975 with his wife, Micheline Roquebrune, and they lived there for over a decade. The palatial villa in the South of France appeared in 1983’s “Never Say Never Again” and is now up for sale. The home’s French architecture of the 1920s has kind of style and appointments you’d expect from the first 00 agent we ever knew. Down the coast from the town of Nice, near the scenic Mediterranean Sea, Villa La Roc Fleuri is a sight to behold and also bears some of the best views from its cliff-side location. 10,700 square feet of space includes indoor and outdoor pools, an indoor fitness complex, landscaped terraces along the sea, a two-car garage, and even two guest villas for the less savory friends and family. The current owners expanded the property, so the villa is located on an expansive 1.25-acre lot and a long, scenic drive to its entrance. The asking price is a mere $33.87 million.