Actor Roger Moore played the role of British secret agent James Bond alias 007 seven times in total and therefore most frequently. He influenced the character the most and the success allowed him to live a lifestyle like James Bond. Now, Moore’s former home in the British Buckingham shire has just hit the market for a cool $7.5 million dollars.
This rural property from 1920 comes pretty close to a real secret agent’s residence and was built on a 4.4 hectare plot of land. It features 8 bedrooms, a library, a tennis court, a swimming pool, conservatory, a billiard room, a gym and of course its own wine cellar.
The stunning house was owned by Moore from 1970–1978 while he was filming the Bond classics “Live And Let Die”, “The Man With The Golden Gun” and “The Spy Who Loved Me”.