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For sale: Celine Dion's £46.5 million home
Celine Dion is selling the Florida home that she had custom built in 2010. The £46.5 million property on the exclusive Jupiter Island is located on a plot of five and a half acres, right on the ocean front and even contains its own water park.
In addition to the main house, the property has its own eight-bedroom guest house, three pools, a pool house and a beach house with its own private beach. In total there are 13 bedrooms and 20 bathrooms.
The water park includes a lazy river and slides set over two large pools, and there is also a smaller, quieter pool at the back of the property for enjoying the sea view.
Dion, most famous for performing My Heart Will Go On from the Titanic film soundtrack, is believed to be selling the property because she doesn’t spend enough time there. She is currently contracted to perform in Las Vegas until 2019.
The property also has a tennis court (with tennis court house), a golf range simulator, a home cinema, an arcade, a gym and a massage room. According to the letting agent Cristina Condon, it’s being sold with almost all its contents.
The luxury property has been built on an island that has a population of just over 800, which includes some of the wealthiest people in the US (Tiger Woods, for example). It has a security post and is given privacy with high walls.
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