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Three years after her death, Maman Dion’s house sold for $2.1 million

Three years after her death, the house of Thérèse Tanguay, mother of the singer Céline Dion, has officially found a buyer worth $2.1 million.

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According to notarized documents obtained by The newspaperThe transaction was closed on September 6 in the presence of representatives of the singer and the estate of Ms. Dion, better known in Quebec as Maman Dion.

The buyer is a numbered company belonging to François Duplantie, president of Novatek, a real estate developer in Laval. He is this same businessman who acquired the former mansion of the Dion-Angélil couple in 2016, on Gagnon Island in Laval.

Photo Chantal Poirier

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The businessman François Duplantie, buyer of the house.

Located directly opposite, on the south bank of the Mille-Iles River, Mrs. Dion’s house was put up for sale by the singer last April for the sum of $2,398,000. In the end, the sellers agreed to sell it for $298,000 less, or 12.4% below the asking price.

Three Years After Her Death, Maman Dion'S House Sold For $2.1 Million

Photo taken from RéMax website

Built in 2002, the residence on Avenue Thérèse-Casgrain, in the Sainte-Rose neighborhood of Laval, was occupied by Maman Dion until her death in January 2020. Her husband and Céline’s father, Adhémar Dion, also lived there for a time. , until her death in November 2003.

With a living area of ​​5,000 square feet, this residence has a total of 16 rooms, including three bedrooms, three bathrooms, a workshop, and a sunroom overlooking the river. A fountain also adorns the backyard of the residence.

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Three Years After Her Death, Maman Dion'S House Sold For $2.1 Million

Photo taken from RéMax website

In 2020, Mr. Duplantie surprised by trusting Diary his intention to undertake the construction of a 700-unit condominium project around Céline Dion’s mansion, on Gagnon Island, as well as on the land of Thérèse Tanguay’s residence.

No demolition is planned

This announcement worried the inhabitants of the area and the regulars of the Rivière des Mille-Iles park, who work not far away to preserve and enhance the fauna and aquatic spaces of the archipelago.

In an interview with the Journal on Monday afternoon, Duplantie said that the demolition of the Thérèse-Casgrain Avenue residence was no longer on the agenda, as was his project to build condominiums on Gagnon Island.

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“It’s something we try. But there was no social acceptability, she claimed. Given the circumstances, we decided to turn back. The house will not be demolished and the project it had no longer exists. No problem.”

Verified, the new urban planning code (CDU) of Laval, in force since November 2022, only provides for the construction of single-family homes with two floors or less for the sector. A developer could always request a change to the existing zoning, but no such request has yet been submitted to the city’s planning department.

– With contributions from Philippe Langlois and Sylvain Larocque

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