Celine Dion has put up her gorgeous compound on Florida’s Jupiter Island on the market for $US72 million,
according to the Wall Street Journal.
The home, which is jointly listed by Sotheby’s International Realty agents Joseph Montanaro and Cristina Condon, was custom-built and designed in 2010 by Celine Dion herself.
She and her manager husband Reneé Angélil bought the lot of land in 2005 for $US12.5 million and the adjacent mansion in 2008 for $US7 million, The WSJ reports. They then razed to build the current spread.
The five-and-a-half-acre property has views of the Atlantic Ocean, a four-bedroom guest house, a simulated golf range, pool house, and three separate pools.
The main residence alone measures close to 10,000 square feet, with five bedrooms and a custom-designed, walk-in closet with automated rack for clothing and automated carousel for shoes.
Last year, Dion listed her home on a private island in Quebec for $US29.3 million; it’s still on the market.
She and her husband custom-designed the property themselves after buying two lots and razing one of the existing homes.
It has its own private balcony and views of the Atlantic. There's even a flatscreen in the ceiling so the view is unobstructed.
But the best part of the master suite is the custom-designed closet. It has a rotating clothing rack and shoe carousel!
The main pool even has a fire pit that juts into the water so bathers can easily jump out and sunbathe.
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