Marrakech I Majorelle
In the heart of the ochre city, the former property of the famous painter Jacques Majorelle, symbolizes an emblematic facet of Marrakech.
This historic residence, which embodies the art of living of the 1960s, is nestled in the lush Jardin Majorelle and is just a few steps from the famous Yves Saint Laurent Museum. Some of the original decorations, such as the terracotta paving stones fashioned by time and the ancient zelliges, recall the authenticity of the place. The main house serves several living rooms around a patio, four suites with bathrooms and terraces to live without opposite. The swimming poolside and the deck shaded with jasmine allow enjoying the garden peacefully and quietly. A little further on is a discreet pavilion composed of two suites and a living room. Side alley, the house has two entrances and a store overlooking directly on the street Yves Saint Laurent. This prime location also makes it possible to operate a high-value business because the Jardin Majorelle receives nearly 800,000 visitors a year.
Others: Equipped kitchen, Staffroom, laundry room, garage.
The Art Deco villa and a museum of the Berber's history also make it a popular cultural place. Named after its founder, the French painter Jacques Majorelle, it belonged to Yves Saint Laurent and Pierre Berger for many years.
For more information, please contact David Montérin at +212 6 71 43 72 27.