Inside Celine Dion’s lavish Florida compound

The singer is asking $62 million for the mansion

New York /
Aug.August 30, 2014 05:00 PM

Celine Dion has slashed the price of her massive property on Florida’s Jupiter Island to $62.5 million after it languished on the market for over a year.

According to The New York Daily News, Dion’s compound was discounted by $10 million after originally being listed for $72.5 million back in August 2013.

The home, which is jointly listed by Sotheby’s International Realty agents Joseph Montanaro and Cristina Condon, was custom-built and designed in 2010 by Dion herself.

She and her manager husband Reneé Angélil bought the lot of land in 2005 for $12.5 million and the adjacent mansion in 2008 for $7 million, The Wall Street Journal reported. They then razed the property to build the current spread.

The five-and-a-half-acre property has views of the Atlantic Ocean, a four-bedroom guest house, a simulated golf range, pool house, and three separate pools.

The main residence alone measures close to 10,000 square feet, with five bedrooms and a custom-designed, walk-in closet with automated rack for clothing and automated carousel for shoes.

In 2012, Dion listed her home on a private island in Quebec for $29.3 million; it’s still on the market.

Welcome to Celine Dion’s 5.5-acre compound on Jupiter Island in Florida.

 

She and her husband custom-designed the property themselves after buying two lots and razing one of the existing homes.

 

There are two kitchens in the main home. This one connects to a nearby eating nook.

 

The bottom floor has floor-to-ceiling windows to let in lots of natural light.

 

But the most spectacular room is the master bedroom.

 

It has its own private balcony and views of the Atlantic. There’s even a flatscreen in the ceiling so the view is unobstructed.

 

The guest bedrooms aren’t too shabby, either.

 
 

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