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Houses in Le Vésinet, the glamorous residences of stars in the île-de-France

The most chic real estate destination of the Yvelines department, many deluxe houses in Le Vésinet are the residences of stars in the Île-de-France.

Houses in Le Vésinet, the glamorous residences of stars in the île-de-France


In all the conversations of insiders, this township is considered, rightly so, as the most elegant and discreet location west of Paris, far ahead of its neighbors, however already highly rated, of Versailles, Saint-Germain-en-Laye, Rambouillet, Saint-Nom-la-Bretèche and Croissy-sur-Seine which also have their flagships. Only 30 minutes from the capital, its panoply of exceptional houses borders scenic landscapes dotted with picturesque lakes and rivers. They form a sort of private club and potential owners are screened in order to have the privilege of visiting a handpicked selection of  deluxe villas for sale in Le Vésinet. So, once you have been introduced, it's best to decide swiftly.

Rare properties bordering natural peninsulas

Becoming an owner in this confidential township means ranking first on the podium, heavyweight category, when searching for deluxe houses for sale in the Yvelines. Facing the “Lower Lake”, these upscale homes are right on the waterfront, at the heart of a dream setting where everything is real. Other sought-after local neighborhoods, Princesse and Charmettes-Merlettes appear on the podium of “places to live in” and it is not uncommon to see turrets and dungeons protrude behind high protective walls where veritable palaces are nestled in lush greenery. Another high point of very high standard real estate products, houses in the Renaissance, neoclassical or Belle Époque styles are the object of a permanent quest and sometimes of higher bids for their acquisition ...

In the villa of Luis Mariano, to the tune of an operetta aria

But what catches our attention today is the former home of Spanish Basque tenor, Luis Mariano. In the 1950s, this operetta singer lived as often as possible in his villa "Les Lionceaux", an estate he fell in love with, which he transformed and enlarged. He renamed it "Magreluma", adding the first syllable of the first names of his parents and two children. He lived there almost 20 years before it became the stronghold of a leading CEO.

A stunning property with incredible class

Neoclassical in style, it is built on a landscaped wooded park of 2,475 m², with a living area of 610 m². On 2 levels, the premises include 1 reception room, 1 dining room, 1 fitted kitchen, 1 office, 5 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, 1 pantry, 1 wine cellar, 1 independent apartment with 2 bedrooms, 1 garage for 4 cars and 1 outdoor pool. What if it were one of the most prestigious  deluxe villas for sale in France?

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