Luxury Paris apartment for sale in Dalida’s former Montmartre mansion
Perched high on a hill overlooking Paris in the highly prized Butte Montmartre neighborhood of the 18th arrondissement, a top floor duplex in Dalida’s former Montmartre home is currently on the market.
Dalida lived in the mansion for 25 years. The Egyptian-born singer produced 55 gold records in her 30-year career, including the hits “Never on Sunday,” “Goodbye my Love” and “Money, Money”. A nearby square was re-named “Place Dalida” in her honor. Dalida died, in Paris, in 1987.
The property had since been divided into apartments, including the 100m² (1,076 sq. ft.) 2-bedroom duplex with a south-facing terrace and sweeping views of Paris below, that occupies the top two floors. The apartment is listed for €2,350,000.