If you want to know how it feels to live like Celine Dion, it'll cost you a bit of money — $29,655,500 to be exact.
The Canadian songstress is selling the Laval, Que. mansion that she and her husband Rene Angelil had custom-built in 2001. The price is steep, but the 24,000 square-foot home is situated on a private island and comes with a bounty of antique furniture.
The abode has six bedrooms, nine bathrooms, a stone wine cellar with tasting area, an elevator, an in-ground pool (with a pool house, naturally), a grand staircase and games room. And if that's not enough to feast your eyes on, there's also water views and 830,000 square feet of gated, secure private island for the kids to play on.
Dion is selling the French Normand Chateau-style home because of her commitments in Las Vegas, Ross McCredie, president and CEO of Sotheby’s International Canada, told the National Post.
“It took them a long time to make this decision,” he told the National Post. “It was a passionate thing for them to make. And in the end, they just haven’t been using it enough … They plan to purchase another home in Montreal that’s much smaller.”
According to a press release, representatives for Dion and Angelil said, "Ms. Dion's roots and family are here in Quebec, and as such, she will maintain a residence here."
For now, the family have shacked up in their other giant mansion on Jupiter Island, Fla. that's decked out with a backyard waterpark.
Odds are you don't have $30 million sitting around, but you can check photos of the "once-in-a-lifetime offering" here:
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