Iconic artist's former home listed for more than $200 million

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A Belgian art dealer is asking a mind-boggling $220 million for the home where Pablo Picasso lived out the last years of his life, Curbed reported.

The dealer paid no more than $16 million for the home before conducting a thorough renovation on it, according to Curbed.

Among other amenities, the home reportedly boasts two swimming pools, a tennis court and guest house. But, according to Curbed.com, that’s still “not nearly enough to justify the absurd markup.”

Source: Curbed