This is a truly exceptional 700m2 medina property and boasts an extraordinary heritage – belonging to the Moroccan royal family over several centuries.
Aside from anything – it’s situated in an ultra prime medina location – that is almost beyond imagining – overlooking the main square La Place Jemaa el Fna.
The property boasts a unique layout and configuration – and interestingly is split between four sprawling sections, three grand gated entrances and two courtyards.
There is even a tower with a mind blowing double suited apartment at its top – blessed with exquisite ancient architectural detailing.
The property dates from the 17th century and its wealth of original antique detailing has sympathetically been understored.
The overall understated and zen like palette of the painstaking four year restoration marries so beautifully with the elegance of the property, it’s volumes and its grandeur.
It has been redesigned as home cum seven bedroom Palais d’hotes with potential to expand and will shortly have its hotel licensing.
At present the palace offers a magnificent entrance, a lofty patio with a fountain, a double salon with a fireplace, a dining room, a drawing room, a music room with a grand piano, a fully fitted kitchen with a service entrance, a patio with a pool, and heated jacuzzi, a full spa with a hammam, bathroom, massage room and chill room, four suites, a laundry room, a Douriya with an internal patio and fountain, two suites, a master bathroom, a massive dressing room, a bedroom and a private terrace.
The property is immaculately furnished and being sold as is.
The price is 1.8m €.