A $16 Million Palace Villa in Marrakech Comes on the Market

$16 Million Dollar Listing By Douglas Elliman

Douglas Elliman Realestate has listed a Marrakech mansion at $16 million dollars in the palmerarie. The high profile palace villa sits on a 3.5-acre lot and resides inside a botanical garden. Apart from the French-Italian furniture and fabrics, the 5-suite property, it’s 14 bathrooms, and six 2-bedroom apartments (intended for live-in staff), was all locally built by talented Moroccan craftsmen.

This ochre-colored fairytale villa has been called “absolutely amazing and beyond anyone’s expectations,” by listing agent Richard Lefkowitz.

Others have called the dream home timeless and evoking the essence of a grand palace for those who desire an exclusive lifestyle. The 25-foot tall ceilings and massive chambers were designed to hold many guests throughout its one level manor. The party room is considered the “masterpiece of the house.” It can seat up to 150 people. The Moroccan ballroom stage is an ideal setting to host performances and entertain guests. The house was built with the intention of being able to house many people while providing privacy.

Amenities include five spacious suites equipped with fireplaces and private gardens. The master bedroom has a personal pool, an office, and a living room. The main 130-foot grand outdoor pool is decorated with olive and palm trees and has a poolhouse assembled with a kitchen and shower. Leisurely and fitness activities extend to the onsite tennis court, gym, and traditional hammam. The grounds are well manicured and organized with walkways and vegetable and fruit patches. It is the perfect place for leisurely strolls.

The majestic villa is situated 15 minutes from the UNESCO certified world heritage medina. The neighborhood is comprised of homeowners who come from different parts of the world. They often organize regular potlucks, sports, and other community events together. The listing agents are Richard Lefkowitz and Jason Walker of Douglas Elliman.douglas

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