Karl Lagerfeld’s opulent German villa is up for sale

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Words by Tara Smith

For a lazy 10 million euro.

According to WWD, the former home of Karl Lagerfeld is up for sale, and it’s every bit as opulent as you’d expect.

Located in Hamburg, the three-bedroom villa was Lagerfeld’s place of residence throughout the ’90s. If you’ve got a spare 10 million euro lying around, it could be yours.

Villa Jako, named after Lagerfeld’s late partner Jacques de Bascher, features gold leaf-painted ceilings, a living room that spans the entire length of the property and its own library.

It was also the scene for an advertising campaign for one of Lagerfeld’s colognes, and the subject of a book he published on interiors.

Lagerfeld sold the property in 1998, but the real estate agent claims the next owner preserved some of his interior design elements.

If you too wish to live like a king, take a look through the gallery above.


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