HOUSE OF THE DAY: The Miami Mansion Where Gianni Versace Was Killed Just Hit The Market For A Record $125 Million

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The late Gianni Versace’s former home, Casa Casuarina, has hit the market at the huge asking price of $125 million, according to The Wall Street Journal.Versace bought the home in 1992 for $10 million and then invested $33 million in the property, adding a 6,100-square-foot south wing, a 54-foot-long mosaic-tiled pool lined with 24-karat gold, a mosaic-covered courtyard, and frescoes on the home’s walls and ceiling.

As fancy as the house is, it’s a little morbid that Versace was killed outside in 1997.

The house has 10 bedrooms and 11 bathrooms, and overlooks the ocean.

Then Casa Casuarina was transformed into a boutique hotel after his death.

We’ll be keeping an eye on if this house gets price-chopped in coming months.

Welcome to Casa Casuarina.

Inside, it looks like a palace.

There is 19,000 square feet of living space.

The ceilings and walls are hand painted.

Even the toilet has gold accents.

If you purchase the home, you might want to redecorate a bit.

Versace added the mosaic floors.

The home has hosted some wild brunches outside.

There are beautiful fountains in the court yard.

The home overlooks the ocean.

Walk out to your private terrace and enjoy the ocean breeze in the morning.

The pool has a mosaic floor, too.

Tourists regularly stand outside the house, taking photos. So you might consider buying some taller trees if you purchase the place.

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