True Blood Mansion Selling For $75 Million

On the Market: Queen Sophie-Anne's True Blood Mansion

If you're a True Blood fan and a reader of CasaSugar, then you almost certainly took notice of the luxurious digs of one Sophie-Anne, the vampire queen of Louisiana. Well guess what, friends, now you can be the lucky owner of that very property — that is, if you have $75 million to spare.

The property, known as La Villa Contenta, is located on eight sprawling acres that include an infinity pool, secret gardens, an outdoor kitchen, and a rose garden with over 1,000 bushes. An organic kitchen garden featuring vegetables, fruit trees, and herbs will keep the home chef satisfied, and the more athletic residents will appreciate the onsite tennis court.

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With 13 bedrooms, 14 baths, and 20,000 square feet of living space, this Malibu mansion leaves plenty of room for spreading out. The home certainly doesn't want for creature comforts — and a sense of history. The entry alone features a floor made with hand-laid pietra-dura mosaic made from antique, reclaimed marbles, a museum-quality carved mirror by Thomas Chippendale, and a 2,500-year-old lion's head sculpture, found at the base of Mount Vesuvius.

The home's main level includes a dining room that's ideal for large dinner parties, since it seats 24 people. A gothic ceilinged library offers cozy reading room next to the Hermés marble fireplace, while French doors open to the garden, allowing residents to take in the gorgeous Malibu weather. The kitchen features reclaimed floors (from the 18th century, no less) and a stone fireplace. On the lower level, you'll find a wine cellar, gym, screening room, and billiards room with wet bar. The upper floor is where you'll find the master suite, which includes a fireplace and a spacious terrace overlooking the ocean, as well as his-and-hers closets and bathroom. Three more bedrooms, each with en-suite bathroom, round out the floor.

Not a True Blood fan, but still recognize this mansion? You probably saw it in Funny People or I Love You Man . . .