Famed Chanel designer Karl Lagerfeld has purchased a home in picturesque New England, and the six-bedroom historic estate is every bit as elegant as you'd expect.
According to one of Lagerfeld's new neighbors, who is quoted in Luxist, the Greek Revival estate is on the Vermont Historic Registry and was built in 1850. Karl Lagerfeld purchased the home for under $1 million--a steal considering the Champlain Islands and Grand Isle in particular are relatively undiscovered.
While we haven't yet seen images of Karl Lagerfeld's new Grand Isle estate, the gallery features snaps taken of Grand Isle in Vermont. So that's the kind of view a Chanel salary can provide...
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