It's official: a human being other than Celine Dion now owns the singer's majestic Quebec mansion.

It's unknown who bought the luxurious home and how much he or she offered, but the asking price was almost $30 million, according to USA Today.

The French-Canadian singer had listed the 24,000 square-foot home — built in 2001 on a private island in Laval, Que., and chock full of antique furniture — in May 2012.

She decided to sell off the property, as well as her $72-million Florida compound, due to her “intensive performance schedule”in Las Vegas, according to the National Post.

In 2011, Dion started a three-year contract at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, and recently extended it until 2019.

Check out photos from both of the mansions in the slideshow below:

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