Imagine spending your days on a secluded, private, tropical island, listening to the waves gently caress the beach as you soak up sun in the soft, white sand. A fresh drink in one hand, a bottle of suntan lotion in the other, and not a care in the world. Now what if we told you that you can actually live that dream?

The Motu Tane Island in Bora Bora is up for sale, with a somewhat mind-boggling price tag of $50 million. It seems like a steep price, considering other islands you could buy for less, but Motu Tane (Man’s Island in Tahitian) actually ends up being worth the money, if you have it. At an expansive 9.75 acres, the island is nestled in French Polynesia and has been home to French explorer and author, Paul-Emile Victor, as well as makeup brand CEO, Francois Nars.

On this little piece of heaven, you’ll find white sandy beaches, hundreds of coconut trees, clear blue waters, and luxurious accommodations for up to 20 people. Designed by renowned architect Christian Liaigre, the lodging is stunning, and completely one-of-a-kind. From classic and original pieces of art to tasteful interior design and decoration, it's clear that no expense was spared.

The island life is so close we can almost hear the peace and tranquility now.