Call your father-in-law right now and ask if he's willing to invest in your future, because the most expensive house in the world is up for sale. And you and your wonderful new spouse deserve it.
The asking price is currently $410 million, according to Bloomberg. To put that in some (horrifying) context: You can buy whole islands for under $100,000. Beyonce's net worth is estimated to be around $350 million, according to Forbes. The average sale price of a new home in the United States was $386,000 in August.
This former-olive farm, known as Villa les Cèdres, was built in 1830 in the south of France near Nice and spans 35 garden-covered acres, featuring 14,000 species of plants, more olive trees than you have regrets (some more than 300 years old), an Olympic-size swimming pool, 25 greenhouses, and a level of satisfaction with one's choices that only a physical confirmation of unimaginable wealth can provide, one assumes. There's also a bronze statue of Athena.