The house occupied by Charles de Gaulle in London is for sale

The London house in which General de Gaulle lived during World War II has been put up for sale.

According to the specialized site Mansion Global, the house is located in the upscale Hampstead neighborhood, popular with celebrities. Put on the market at the end of August, a first for fifty years, its price is estimated at 15 million pounds sterling, or 17.6 million euros.

General de Gaulle had moved into this house during World War II, when the latter had to leave France occupied by Nazi Germany.

The mid-18th century property still has its period architecture, despite some renovations.

Located in a protected area, this building has long been the residence of the Sisters of Sainte-Dorothée, who host international students. Expanded over time, the house now totals more than 1,200 m2.

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