Découvrez l’incroyable patrimoine immobilier de Bernard Arnault

Découvrez l’incroyable patrimoine immobilier de Bernard Arnault


The incredible real estate assets of the richest man in France. Photo credit: Instagram screenshot @thevisualization7

Bernard Arnault is one of the five richest men on the planet. If the vast majority of his fortune is made up of stock assets, the LVMH CEO also has precious real estate assets. Overview of his properties around the world.

A mansion in the 7th arrondissement of Paris

Bernard Arnault’s primary residence is a

private mansion located at 34 rue Barbet-de-Jouy, near the Invalides. This imposing four-storey property has 2,000 square meters of living space and is home to an underground swimming pool. It belonged to Jean-Luc Lagardère. His widow Betty would have sold him

€25 million

to the head of

LVMH in 2005.

The castle of Saint-Rémy-des-Landes in Yvelines

Bernard Arnault owns a property in Clairefontaine (78), a small town of 800 inhabitants best known for hosting the French soccer team’s training center. Located in the Rambouillet forest, southwest of Paris, the

The Château de Saint-Rémy-des-Landes was built in 1830 on the site of a former abbey. It has a chapel, swimming pool, tennis court and a large park with ponds. The garden is the work of the famous Belgian landscape architect Jacques Wirtz. An indoor pool and fitness center complete the package.

A villa in Saint-Tropez

In summer, the Arnault family gathers at their villa in Les Parcs de Saint-Tropez, estimated at

€40 million

. Les Parcs is one of the most exclusive private estates on the Côte d’Azur. It was designed in the 1950s and includes almost 200 prestigious properties spread over 200 hectares.

Ideally located on the Cap Saint-Pierre peninsula, just 5 minutes from the city center, it offers an exceptional panorama of the sea, the Gulf of Saint-Tropez and the Massif des Maures. The urbanization offers very high level services: secure access, tennis court (one of Bernard Arnault’s great passions), private beach and cove.

Investments on the Côte d’Azur

Bernard Arnault has invested in the Saint-Tropez peninsula through his Agache financial holding company. He bought two properties: a renovated villa that he asks

€35 million

and a house surrounded by vineyards located on the heights of Capón, acquired as a life annuity from a nonagenarian owner against

5 to 10 million euros

.

The luxury magnate also owns two hotels in Saint-Tropez: the White 1921 (ex-Maison Blanche), place des Lices – invested by the chef

Mory Sacko this summer – and the Cheval Blanc hotel bordering the Bouillabaisse beach, facing the port. The former La Pinède residence, recognizable by its salmon-pink facade, moved to the LVMH flag in 2016. With a 5-star rating, the hotel is fully booked throughout the season. Prices range from

2,000 to 7,000 euros

the night.

The LVMH Hotel Management group also manages the Cheval Blanc hotel in Courchevel, where the Arnault family go skiing in winter, the Cheval Blanc St-Barth Isle de France, and the Cheval Blanc Randheli in the Maldives. The last one, the Cheval Blanc Paris hotel.

Villa in London, wine estates, private island in the Bahamas…

Bernard Arnault owns a 4,300 square meter villa in Nyn Park, north London. Lover of good wines, passed

€10 million

per hectare in 2014, that is

€110 million

in total, to acquire the Lambrays estate in Burgundy. He owns 25 other wineries in France and around the world.

In the early 2000s, a 54-hectare private island in the Bahamas archipelago was purchased by

€4 million

. The Arnault family likes to go there for the New Year.

The billionaire also owns a 101-meter-long yacht, the Symphony, whose price is estimated at

€130 million

. Launched in 2015, it has eight suites, a helipad, a glass-bottom pool, and a golf driving range. To get to one of his (many) residences, the billionaire invested in a Bombardier private jet worth

€48 million

.

Also read:

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