Beckhams finished with France
David and Victoria Beckham are planning to sell their secluded French mansion because the surrounding countryside has ''no nightlife''
David and Victoria Beckham want to sell their home in the South of France.
The soccer star and the former Spice Girls singer bought the secluded 19th century villa surrounded by woodland in France's Var region for £1.5 million six years ago.
But after spending several holidays there with their children - Brooklyn, 10, Romeo, six, and Cruz, four - the couple are reportedly bored of the region because it doesn't have enough fancy restaurants and nightclubs.
The family are currently enjoying a relaxing break at the property and will decide whether to sell when they return to America.
A source said: "They fell in love with the place when they first saw it but now Victoria thinks it's too far away from the action. They're there now and will come to a decision when their holiday comes to an end."
Friends recently revealed David and Victoria are looking for a house in London.
The couple, who already own a mansion in Hertfordshire dubbed 'Beckingham Palace', are reportedly keen to splash out on a second home in the UK.
A source said: "Victoria and David have business interests in London. They want somewhere more convenient than Hertfordshire."
The house-hunt has sparked reports David - who is currently signed to Los Angeles Galaxy - could return to his home country to play soccer.