- 800 m2
- land 6 ha
Originally dating back to 1927, this villa is the oldest residence in the Palmeraie de Marrakech district. It was designed by architect Paul Sinoir, who was also behind the Jacques Majorelle workshop and Villa Taylor, which now belongs to King Mohammed VI. Surrounded by six hectares of wooded grounds and a rose garden, this iconic property has hosted visits from Winston Churchill, Eisenhower and the Queen of Romania. MAIN RESIDENCE (400 sqm): vast peristyle patio; Moorish interior with high ceilings; large and small living rooms with patio access; bar; a gallery running down both sides of the house, housing the dining room; 3 ensuite bedrooms with private terraces; kitchen and pantry; swimming pool. SECONDARY RESIDENCE (400 sqm, comprising two wings separated by a patio): first wing with four ensuite bedrooms; two bedrooms linking the wings, with closet and large bathroom; second wing housing lounge, dining room, large kitchen, laundry area, four ensuite bedrooms. OUTBUILDINGS: Caretaker?s lodge with four bedrooms, two shower rooms and a kitchen. Six hectares of landscaped gardens featuring a multitude of palm trees, olive trees and fruit trees. Central heating air conditioning.
reference : MAC-433-MF - Le Figaro Properties reference : 14044005
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