Mylène Farmer bond to leave his Villa from Paris. The star was forced to move because of his . She now lives in Paris suburbs.
Established for twenty years in Villa Montmorency, in the 16th arrondissement of Paris, the star found an ideal setting. In the heart of the Parisian capital, his villa was located in a ultra-protected enclosure and secure, sent from billionaires and of celebrities. Among his neighbors, we could find Celine Dion, Carla Bruni-Sarkozy, Vincent Bolloré or Alain Afflelou.
She has to leave her villa because of her dogs
Everything to be happy, blessed with four legged friends. We know the star owner of two swiss shepherds. And it seems that these are the origin of the discord. According to information from the magazine Audience, his neighbors could no longer support animals of the singer.
She decides to settle in the suburbs of Paris
Originally, in 2013, a letter carrier was bitten by a dog whose identity owner will never be revealed. The story had been revealed at the time by Audience. Since the inhabitants of the Parisian block had taken aback the 61-year-old singer’s dogs.
So she decided, The death in the soul, to leave Paris and his home. And like many French people after the pandemicshe chose to go green away from the capital. She therefore settled on the heights of Saint-Cloud, in the Montretout district.
We discover the photos of the new domain of Mylène Farmer
The place, located on a hill which overlooks the Seine, does not lack charm. The private domain is home to mansions which have seen the passage of great French names: Guy Béart, Lino Ventura and more recently Jean Dujardin. On the images of Google Earth, we thus discover the home of the French singer, housed among other villas just as imposing.
With a area total of 2000 m², the star’s dogs have enough space to stretch the legs. No doubt that the layout interior is up to the stamp of the residence. We know that the singer is a fan of discretion despite his preference. The place chosen is not insignificant. It is located close to the uproar of the capital, but it is a oasis of tranquilitypreserving his privacy.