A neo-Gothic-style building that was very pioneering at the time, the Eglise Sainte-Marguerite was designed by architects Louis Auguste Boileau and Louis Gilbert and consecrated in 1865.
Louis Auguste Boileau created the chancel, the nave and the side aisles and also developed the church's metal framework. He also designed a number of other religious buildings in the region.
Louis Gilbert created the sacristy and the two chapels, linked by an ambulatory. He designed several building in Le Vésinet.
The frescos and stained-glass windows were mainly created between 1898 and 1903 by the painter Maurice Denis, whose museum is located at Saint-Germain-en-Laye.
The Eglise Sainte-Marguerite was listed as a regionally important Monument Historique in 1978.
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