“Maybe tomorrow I’ll be dead, but it’s worth being here today”: This is the house where the singer of Jarabe de Palo Pau Donés lived his last days and which was sold for 2.5 million dollars | People | Entertainment

The late singer Pau Donés put his house up for sale a year before he died. The property is located in the Aran Valley, Spain and the family managed to sell it 3 years after his physical disappearance for more than 2.5 million dollars.

The money acquired from the sale of the house will go to the only daughter and universal heiress of the Jarabe de Palo singer, according to Semana.

In the Donés property he spent his last months of life and recorded part of the emotional and remembered interview with Jordi Évole.

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This is the shelter where Pau Donés lived

The property consists of 900 square meters and has more than 6,000 meters of plot. It is in the heart of the Arán Valley, just 20 minutes from the most prestigious ski resort in Spain and has an extraordinary view of the Catalan Pyrenees.

The decoration of the house was typical of the singer, who called it “his refuge in the middle of nature”. It consists of seven bedrooms and six bathrooms, in addition, it has an adjoining guest house and a 90-square-meter parking lot.

The kitchen is perfectly combined with the rustic style and the latest technology furniture, while in the main room you can enjoy an incredible view thanks to the front windows that adorn the place.

The main bedroom of the house has a double bed and a hydromassage bathtub inside the room.

Documentary “That you give me”

Two weeks before he died of colorectal cancer, Pau Donés recorded a documentary with the journalist Jordi Évole, where he showed all viewers his humble abode and where he spent his days while fighting the disease.

The documentary is the most watched in the last decade and there he assured: “Maybe tomorrow I’ll be dead, but it’s worth being here today”, with which he invited viewers to enjoy life and thanked those who “make my life is a privilege”. (AND)