Celebrities

The singer will have a view of the Eiffel Tower from her new Paris home, Villa Montmorency in the chic 16th arrondissement
Photo: Rex
Click on photos to enlarge

Celine, pictured receiving the Legion d'Honneur from new neighbour President Nicholas Sarkozy earlier this year, paid 37 million for the luxury property
Photo: Rex

Celine buys European base in elite Paris neighbourhood

24 OCTOBER 2008
After three years performing in Las Vegas and a stint on the road with her world tour, Celine Dion is ready to set up a permanent base in Europe with her husband Rene Angelil and son Rene Charles it seems. The singer is reported to have invested in a luxury property in one of Paris' most upmarket neighbourhoods.

Celine, who is of French-Canadian descent and has released several albums in her native tongue, has apparently splashed out 37 million for a house in Villa Montmorency, a gated residential area in the French capital's chic 16th arrondissement.

The Quebec-born songbird joins a number of other high-profile homeowners in the area. Her new neighbours include First Lady of France Carla Bruni-Sarkozy and her husband's billionaire pal Dominique Desseigne.


  • Share this article:
  • AddThis Social Bookmark Button


Want to get sharing?



What is Yahoo! Buzz?

Newsletter sign up

Your e-mail:

blog


vote


Quiz

Peaches Geldof
See how much you know about Bob Geldof's socialite daughter

Profile

Heather Mills
The inside story on the former model and anti-landmine campaigner who captured the heart of a Beatle and became a high profile exponent of vegan eating