Look inside this $69 million home on the French Riviera, where the 1% of the 1% live

Take a look inside this $69 million home on the French Riviera, where 1% of the 1% live

If you want to live among billionaires, $69 million will get you an estate in an ultra-exclusive alcove of the French Riviera known as Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat.

"There are almost too many billionaires living here to count," Edward de Mallet Morgan of Global Super Prime Residential tells CNBC's "Secret Lives of the Super Rich."

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The posh area is home to some of the priciest real estate in the world.

"You are really talking about the 1 percent of the 1 percent," de Mallet Morgan says.

This particular residence has no shortage of flair to make it stand out amid its beautiful neighbors. The property kisses the water and is home to a main house and two guest houses, allowing visitors to stay in their own mansions.

Known as La Casetta and La Serra, the guest houses have a combined nine suites, private terrace and plunge pool.

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In the main house, the living room features a wall of sliding glass doors, which showcases uncompromised views of the marina below and mountain landscape beyond.

"It's this position and this view that really is why you buy a house like this," de Mallet Morgan says.

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A private glass elevator delivers you to the two-story, multi-room master suite, which features a spacious gallery and three balconies.

Entertaining is no problem at this estate, thanks to a swanky in-house nightclub with a full bar.

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The next morning, head to the spa to sweat out your hangover in the sauna. The spa also features a steam room, massage area and indoor hot tub.

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Cool off in the the custom infinity pool in the backyard, which took nearly six months to design and build.

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