Princess Madeleine and Chris O’Neill can’t sell the house

Princess Madeleine and Chris O’Neill can’t sell the house

In March, the Swedish Royal House announced that Princess Madeleine, Chris O’Neill, and the children He returns to his former home.

The family has lived in Florida in the United States for the past five years, but already in August they returned to Sweden.

Sick for several months

Before that time, they will sell the luxury villa they lived in in Florida, but that seems easier said than done. In April it became known that they had to lower the price by more than NOK 2 million. The price was originally close to NOK 81.5 million.

Now the luxury home can be yours, if you are willing to pay NOK 79 million. But even so The price has been hit hard, the family is still struggling to sell. Swedish reports Express.

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The house has an area of ​​600 square meters and offers, among other things, a swimming pool, eight bedrooms, six bathrooms and a spacious wardrobe. In other words, it’s a very luxurious home, real estate agent Judy Zeder previously told the Swedish newspaper.

– It’s an exceptionally beautiful house. It’s not typical of the area, it’s rather a ‘memorial house’ because it’s very nice.

Stole the spotlight

Stole the spotlight

Now she is facing both a downward adjustment in the price and the fact that the house has yet to be sold. All is well, Zeder explains, and that the market is what the market is.

When asked if there was any pressure to sell the house, considering the couple would be moving to Sweden, she answered no.

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– No no. All is well.

Madeline and Chris bought the home in 2020 just before the pandemic hit, stalling the market in Florida. Then they paid NOK 31.5 million.

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