"Le Chateau de Lumiere" sold for $12 million this spring following an extensive international marketing campaign by agent Sepideh Farivar with Keller Williams Realty McLean/Great Falls.
A new home inspired by the Palace of Versailles has set a record for the highest priced home to sell in Great Falls history. "Le Chateau de Lumiere" built by Mike Mafi of The Building Group sold for $12 million this spring following an extensive international marketing campaign by agent Sepideh Farivar with Keller Williams Realty McLean/Great Falls. The 24,000-square-foot home took 18 months to design and build, and was on the market for 12 months including construction time.
Listing agent Farivar said, "We knew it required a special marketing strategy, so we utilized social media and numerous internet sites both domestically and internationally focusing on high wealth consumers. The buyer is an international personality who has remained anonymous."
Le Chateau de Lumiere received home of the year, Best Interior Design and Best Architecture at the Great American Living Awards in 2016.
Designed by architect James McDonald and interior design by Mandy Mafi, the home combines French old world craftsmanship, hi-tech conveniences and state of the art technology.