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Saudi princess dishes out $62 m for Geneva estate

Princess Latifa Bin Fahd bin Abdulaziz Al Saud buys $62 million home of 20th century Swiss president

AFP , Monday 2 Sep 2013
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A Saudi princess has bought a historical Geneva estate that once belonged to a former Swiss president for 57.5 million Swiss francs ($62 million, 47 million euros), media reported Monday.

Princess Latifa Bin Fahd bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, who is 54 and a daughter of former king Fahd, bought the 18,800-square-metre (202,362-square-foot) estate from the wealthy Nordmann family that co-owns upscale department store chain Manor and the maker of Lacoste clothing.

The purchase price for the property, which once belonged to Gustave Ador who served as Swiss president early in the 20th century, is the second-highest on record in the city.

The daughter of Kazakhstan President Nursultan Nazarbayev, Dinara Kulibayeva, holds the current record after she bought a property on the posh southern shores of Lake Geneva in 2009 for 74.7 million Swiss francs.

Al Saud, who like Kulibayeva has settled nearby, has committed to "preserving the heritage", the Tribune de Geneve daily reported.

She joins a number of other Saudi royals who already live in luxurious settings in the Swiss city.

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suleman
02-09-2013 03:44pm
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a women of integrity
i have no wonder for a such women who she has been for business for some decade to bought such house she deserves morthan that bcos she didnt just sit as a princess not to work hard for her future .
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