Monegasque Royal Residences

by Scott Mehl

The Prince’s Palace
Monaco-ville

Located on Le Roucher (The Rock) in the quarter of Monaco-ville, The Prince’s Palace is the home of the Monegasque monarchy and the official residence of The Sovereign Prince and Princess.

Wikipedia: Prince’s Palace of Monaco
Official Site: Prince’s Palace

Villa Clos St Pierre
Monaco-ville

Villa Clos St Pierre is the private residence of Princess Caroline and her family.

Villa Clos Saint-Martin
Monaco-ville

Located next door to her sister’s home, Villa Clos Saint-Martin is the private home of Princess Stéphanie and her family.

Château de Marchais
Sissonne, Aisne, Picardie, France

Built in 1540, the Château de Marchais was purchased in 1854 by Charles III of Monaco, and remains the private property of the Sovereign Prince. The surrounding estate is more than 6 times the size of Monaco.

Roc-Agel
La Turbie, Alpes-Maritimes, Côte d’Azur, France

Roc Agel is a privately owned retreat in France, purchased by Prince Ranier II in 1957. It was on her drive from here back to Monaco that Princess Grace suffered a stroke which led to her death in 1982.