Heir of late Mexican singer asks about $8M for 30.8 acres in west Broward

Ivan Aguilera, son of Mexican recording artist Juan Gabriel, is looking to unload a four-property portfolio in Southwest Ranches

Juan Gabriel and his son Ivan Aguilera (Credit: People en Espanol)
Juan Gabriel and his son Ivan Aguilera (Credit: People en Espanol)

The heir of a deceased Mexican recording artist is asking about $8 million for 30.8 acres of Southwest Ranches properties.

The properties in west-central Broward County were owned by the late Juan Gabriel, a singing star whose real name was Alberto Aguilera. He died in August 2016 at age 66, leaving behind 30-plus properties in Mexico and the United States.

His son and only heir, Broward County resident Ivan Aguilera, is trying to sell his late father’s $30 million of assets, including four properties in Southwest Ranches. Juan Gabriel, whose hit songs included “Amor Eterno” and “Querida,” acquired his Southwest Ranches property portfolio in the mid-2000s, records show.

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Aguilera wants $8.2 million for the properties at 13900, 13920 and 14080 Stirling Road, including $2.5 million for a vacant lot (13900), $4.7 million for a 12-bedroom, nine-bathroom house (13920) and $1 million for a smaller house (14080).

Aguilera also wants to sell a vacant lot on nearby Hancock Road but would require the buyer to acquire all four Southwest Ranches properties as a package. [GossipExtra.com]– Mike Seemuth