The home of the French general and president is located in north London, in the green Hampstead quarter. Charles de Gaulle lived there in the 1940s with his family. The mansion was built in the 18th century and originally served as temporary housing for international students. It was owned by a local religious organization. In recent years the building has undergone redevelopment several times, and now it is fully suitable to become a country house for a large family. The total area of the mansion is 1200 sq. m.
The historic house is now up for auction. Its starting price is 15 million UK pounds, which translated into dollars is equal to 20.6 million.