Fortune magazine reported at the time of its US$300 million 2015 sale that the Chateau Louis XIV in Louveciennes, France, had smashed records to become the world’s priciest home. Photo: COGEMAD Fortune magazine reported at the time of its US$300 million 2015 sale that the Chateau Louis XIV in Louveciennes, France, had smashed records to become the world’s priciest home. Photo: COGEMAD
Fortune magazine reported at the time of its US$300 million 2015 sale that the Chateau Louis XIV in Louveciennes, France, had smashed records to become the world’s priciest home. Photo: COGEMAD

Saudi crown prince ‘is secret buyer of US$300m French chateau’, world’s priciest home

The prince, who preaches austerity and is orchestrating a major anti-corruption crackdown, was also reportedly the secret buyer of the world’s most expensive artwork and a US$500m yacht

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Fortune magazine reported at the time of its US$300 million 2015 sale that the Chateau Louis XIV in Louveciennes, France, had smashed records to become the world’s priciest home. Photo: COGEMAD Fortune magazine reported at the time of its US$300 million 2015 sale that the Chateau Louis XIV in Louveciennes, France, had smashed records to become the world’s priciest home. Photo: COGEMAD
Fortune magazine reported at the time of its US$300 million 2015 sale that the Chateau Louis XIV in Louveciennes, France, had smashed records to become the world’s priciest home. Photo: COGEMAD
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