Chateau Louis XIV, Louveciennes, France

House 75,350 ft2

Chateau Louis XIV, Louveciennes, France

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The Château Louis XIV is a château constructed between 2008 and 2011 in the commune of Louveciennes in the Yvelines department in the Île-de-France region.

The chateau was built by the property developer Emad Khashoggi’s property development company COGEMAD using traditional craftsmanship techniques and materials. Located between Versailles and Marly-le-Roi on a 23-hectare (57-acre) walled site, the property is surrounded by moats and has a constructed surface area of 7,000 m2 (75,350 ft2), 5,000 m2 (53,800 ft2) of which are living space.

Khashoggi had previously restored the Palais Rose in Le Vésinet and the Château du Verduron in Marly-le-Roi. The Chateau Louis XIV was built on the site of the former Chateau du Camp in Louveciennes, with the aim of building a modern house with a 17th-century aspect, layout, and materials.

The chateau was sold to an unidentified individual from the Middle East for $301,000,000 ($301 million as of 2016), setting a world record price for a residential property.

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04.03.2013 Property first came to the attention of Prime Residential.
15.12.2015 Media reports claim Chateau Louis XIV recently sold for $301,000,000 – making it the most expensive private home ever sold in the world.

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