Celine Dion Selling Florida Mansion for $62.5M, Down From $72M

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Friday, 25 Apr 2014 03:50 PM

By Michael Mullins

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Celine Dion is selling her Jupiter Island, Fla., home for $62.5 million.

The Bahamian-style 10,000-square-foot beachfront mansion, which is situated in one of the nation's most expensive neighborhoods, features eight bedrooms and two massive pools, one of which encircles part of the property like a moat and is equipped with bridges, gazebos, water slides, and water-gun stations, The Ottawa Citizen reported.

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The six-acre property also contains a 415-foot private beach, two four-bedroom guesthouses, and a tennis house with a simulated golf range to boot, UPI.com noted.

The property is apparently being sold with most of the furniture included, Charlotte County's Florida Weekly noted.

The estate was built by the 46-year-old French-Canadian superstar and her 71-year-old manager-husband René Angélil in 2010. It was originally put on the market for $72 million in August of last year, FashionMagazine247.com reported.

Last September, Dion sold her 24,000-square-foot Montreal residence — a five bedroom, French-style chateau set on 57 acres. The mansion was listed for $28.2 million, according to MSN Entertainment, though it was not reported how much it sold for. 

While Dion reportedly said at the time that her decision to sell her Montreal residence was due to the lack of time she and her family spent there, there was no reason given for why she is selling her Florida property.

Dion's decision to lower her original asking price follows suit with regards to several high-profile celebrity property sales in recent months.

In December, Michael Jordan's 56,000-square-foot Chicago-area estate was revised down to $21 million, having failed to sell for the $29 million price it was originally listed for in February 2012.

In the same month, Leonardo DiCaprio marked down his Malibu home from $23 million to $17.35 million.

In both cases, it was not reported who purchased either property.

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