The nearly $ 34 million mansion was quietly put up for sale, weeks before the actor’s death.

Sean Connery’s property in the south of France was quietly put up for sale in the weeks leading up to the former James Bond star’s death on Saturday.

The movie legend, who also owned homes in England, Spain and the Bahamas, put the mansion on the market for $ 33.87 million.

Known locally as “Sean’s Place,” the French Riviera home appears in the Connery-starring James Bond film Never Say Never Again (1983), which was filmed on locations in Nice and Monaco.

The luxury five-bedroom, five-level cliff-top estate boasts views of the Promenade des Anglais and the Old Port and comes with an elevator to a rooftop terrace, floor-to-ceiling windows, a gym and a indoor swimming pool.

Connery, 90, passed away on Saturday (10/31) at his home in the Bahamas, surrounded by members of his family.