Villa Beauregard, which Dinard has inherited, goes on sale at auction on the Internet from Friday 22 June. The exceptional home is expected to sell for 1.15 million euros.
A gift fallen from the sky. That’s what happened to the city of Dinard last Autumn when she learned that one of its residents, René Le Sage, who died in September 2017, had named them among his heirs.
To share with his family, a little money, a nice house of 500 000 euros in Le Mans and … Villa Beauregard in Dinard, estimated at more than a million euros. Dinard must collect a third of all this booty providential.
Picasso and the first tennis courts
Beautiful eyes ? A small part of the history of Dinard. Since it is in this villa that the famous painter Pablo Picasso stayed twice in the 1920s, with his wife Olga and his son Paulo.
It is said that the first tennis courts of the seaside resort were built in the gardens of this property dating from 1850.
And then Beauregard, it is especially an exceptional look on the bay. Located on avenue George V, next to the Grand Hotel, the villa offers a breathtaking view of the Priory and Intra-Muros.
Renovated in 1996
Renovated in 1996, the building consists of three levels. The main house, which has a large living room, extends over 130 m2. It is connected from the 1st floor to an independent housing of 101 m2. A double garage completes the whole. And of course, the villa has a terrace and a garden.
Online auction on the Internet
After a unanimous vote of the elected dinardais and with the agreement of the almost ten heirs of René Le Sage, Beauregard is thus put on auction at the minimum price of 1 150 000 euros, via the webencheresimmo.com website, known for selling used equipment from communities.
Interested users can register for free on the site and visit the property. They will receive on site a registration number that will allow them to participate in online auctions.
The sale will begin this Friday, June 22, 2018 at 9 am and will end a week later Friday, June 29 at 4 pm.
The choice of the buyer
Small precision: unlike a classic auction, the choice of the purchaser must then be validated in city council. The City reserves the right to choose the future owner not according to the highest amount “but according to our wishes on what he will do in this villa”.