the Restoration of a luxury property in the heart of Paris has been interrupted, after a corpse has been found in the basement.
It writes the French media and the british The Guardian.
reaching for the luxury villa, which is located at the address 12 Rue Oudinot, had been empty for more than 30 years and was in January sold at an action for 35,1 million euro - well 260 million.
the Villa penetrated (putting it mildly) to a loving hand, after the acquisition, but it is the renovation work which was interrupted, after that the craftsmen made the grisly discovery in the basement. The body appeared to have lain there for at least 30 years.
Everyone was shocked to learn that the corpse had been there for so long without any of us knew anything, " says Sabine Lebreton, who is vice president of a local association working for the villa's conservation.
the Body was found when builders removed a pile of rubble and plans. In spite of the at the age bore the stamp of broken bones and knife wounds, why the police has launched a drabsefterforskning.
the Body bar identification documents, which has made the police able to determine the man's identity as being the Jean-Pierre Renaud. According to the police he had no permanent residence, and he had a alcohol abuse.
- We can imagine a battle against another, who lives nearby. But it is unclear whether he died in the villa, or whether he was moved hither, and we shall perhaps never out who was responsible. It is quite probable that the murderer himself is dead now, it sounds from the police to Le Monde.
Jean-Pierre Renauds children have been found and informed about the death of his father, says the police.
The luxurious villa, where the body was found, extending over no less than 1500 square meters on a plot of 2000 square meters. It is located next to the verdensberømter designer Yves Saint-Laurent's former residence.