The house of the house of dun, a house built in the 12th century by King Henry IV in England, is now being sold at auction for $6.7 million.
The house is owned by the Beyonces, who are descendants of the French royal family, who had been the landowners of the property for nearly 200 years.
The family has been the subject of numerous online speculation, including that they might sell it.
The auction house, the New York-based Sotheby’s, is listing the house at auction with a reserve price of $6,400,000.
The Beyons were descendants of French royal families, and their home, the Beymond du Dun, is located in the French village of Dereon, in southwest France.
The property is estimated to be worth around $300 million, according to the Sothebys website.
The Dereons were among the wealthiest families in the region at the time, and the house is a unique example of their wealth.
In the early 16th century, the family founded a successful silk industry in Dere on the shores of Lake Geneva.
The Beyonies made a fortune by exploiting the region’s fertile, deep-rooted water resources.
A new, wealthy class of French nobles began to settle in the area, who became known as the “Dereons of the Sea.”
The Dorsons also founded a new, powerful city, Derebourg, in 1716.
By the early 19th century the Deremans’ fortunes had changed dramatically.
The region was a hotbed of international trade and the family’s vast empire began to wane.
They lost nearly all of their holdings in the early 20th century and died in obscurity.
The Sothebers website notes that “the Beyones are known to have lived for centuries in a secluded, two-story stone structure on a steep cliff overlooking the lake, where they constructed a large stone house in which to store their treasures and family possessions.”
The family’s descendants built another house in the nearby village of La Dereux in the 17th century.