Celine Dion's residency at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas just goes on and on …
The "My Heart Will Go On" singer, 45, has recently singed a deal to extend her contract through 2019, so, according to the Wall Street Journal, she's decided to sell her Juniper Island, Florida, compound for a huge sum: $72.5 million.
But at least the 5.7-acre property has some features to justify that sky-high price tag. The main, Bahamian-style house is nearly 10,000 square feet with five bedrooms and connected bathrooms, a formal living room with vaulted ceilings, a media room, a guest wing, and an elevator. In the master suite, the walk-in closet has an automated carousel for shoes and a rack for clothing. (Doesn't every diva have one?) There's also a wraparound terrace with a deck that has a hot tub, and a second one with a fireplace.
Outside, the place is even more impressive! First and foremost, there's a water park, complete with two connecting pools, water gun stations, a lazy river with a bridge, and two slides, out front. There's also a pool out back, and more than 400 feet of beach on the Atlantic Ocean. In addition, there are tennis courts, a pool house, a beach house with a massage room, a tennis house with a simulated golf range, and an eight-bedroom guest house. Not too shabby!
Dion isn't hurting for money, but she stands to make quite a lot of it if she gets her asking price on the house. She reportedly bought the land for the home for $12.5 million in 2005, and an additional $7 million worth of adjacent property in 2008. Dion and husband René Angélil tore down the previous house on the property and built another, finished in 2010, to complete their temporary piece of paradise.
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