Celine Dion’s Jupiter Island home reduced to $62.5 million
After five years of sold-out shows at Caesars Palace, Celine Dion restarts her record-setting performances on June 10. With so much time away for show business and her Las Vegas contract extended to 2019, Ms. Dion recently sold her 24,000-square-foot Montreal mansion for almost $30 million, and also has her Florida home up for sale.
When the superstar and her managerhusband, René Angélil, built their Jupiter Island home in 2010, they outdid themselves with water features most have only seen in public water parks. Nestled on six acres on the Atlantic Ocean in one of the most expensive neighborhoods in the United States, the Bahamian-style 10,000-square-foot home has eight bedrooms and 415 feet of private beach. In addition to the main house, there are two four-bedroom guesthouses, a tennis house with simulated golf range, a pool house with its own kitchen and a beach house with second floor sleeping loft and a massage room. The property is being sold with most of the furniture included.
Aside from having one of the longest private beaches in Florida as a playground, in the middle of the main residence and guesthouses is a man-made river, a massive pool that winds around the property with bridges, gazebos, water slides, water-gun stations ... Even a manmade beach for sunning if you weary of the one that goes with the ocean. There is also another pool on the ocean side of the house. Originally priced at $72 million, the estate is now listed at $62.5 million. The sales agent is Christina Condon, Sotheby’s International Realty, Palm Beach, 561-301-2211. ¦
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