Shocking! The Secret Property Empire of Arielle Dombasle and Bernard-Henri Lévy

Explore the luxurious journey of Arielle Dombasle and Bernard-Henri Lévy, which spans over properties in Saint-Paul-de-Vence, and Morocco.

Villa in Saint-Paul-de-Vence

Following their wedding in 1993, Dombasle and Lévy fell head over heels with the charming town of Saint-Paul-de-Vence. It was here that they owned a stunning . Sadly, this piece of family property left their possession in 2014 when it was sold for a whopping 4 million euros.

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Paris Apartment

Moving north to the French capital, the couple owned an apartment in the prestigious location near the Élysée Palace. A noteworthy sale happened in 2006, when they parted ways with another boasting views of the iconic Arc de Triomphe and Eiffel Tower. The property fetched them a cool 5.5 million euros.

Moroccan Properties

Their affinity for real estate also extends to Morocco, where they've owned multiple properties.

Palais de la Zahia

The Palais de la Zahia is a notable property in their Moroccan portfolio. The property, previously owned by luminaries Alain Delon and John Paul Getty Junior, was picked up by the couple for around 2 million euros. It comes complete with a pool and an exotic , adding to its appeal.

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620 m² villa in Tangier

Their property exploits in Morocco also include a 620 m² villa in Tangier. This property was enhanced by the interior design work of architect Andrée Putman and features luxuries such as open bathrooms and a sauna-hammam. This Tangier villa was listed for sale in 2017 for 6 million euros. Despite the premium features and location, a buyer is yet to be found.

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