Laeticia Hallyday struggles to sell the house in Marnes-la-Coquette

The “La Savannah” property, in Marnes-la-Coquette. – Credit:DANIEL PIER / NurPhoto / NurPhoto via AFP

La Is Savannah cursed? Johnny’s last home, where he died in December 2017 in Marnes-la-Coquette, is struggling to find a buyer in any case – the rocker had already tried to sell it for 26 million euros during his lifetime, in vain… This is what this week reveals Paris Match, which explains that two potential buyers ended up throwing in the towel in six months. A first promise of sale had thus been signed at the beginning of the year by a couple for 10.5 million euros – far from the 15 million hoped for – but the deal was not concluded, for lack of financing. Last June, Laeticia received an offer via Sotheby’s of 8.45 million euros, plus agency fees, from property dealer Pierre Reynaud.

The man is known to justice, indicates Paris Match : he was indicted in two cases, the price offered is rather low, but Laeticia needs to sell quickly, negotiations begin between the two parties, before falling apart. “We carried out the usual checks, respecting the presumption of innocence, specifies Laeticia’s lawyer in the weekly. But as soon as the request for proof of the lawful origin of the funds was launched, a classic and compulsory approach, we had no news. “Until the end of June when the notary of Pierre Reynaud would have withdrawn the purchase offer. Since then, a legal standoff has been engaged between the two parties, according to the magazine Mariannewhich evokes “a story […] Read more

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