Editor Marie France

Tuesday 16 August 2022

updated on Wednesday, August 17, 2022

Celine Dion has listed her gorgeous family mansion on Jupiter Island, Florida for sale. Throwback to this dream home!

While the singer’s health has worried her fans, Celine Dion appears to be finally on the mend. Rumors are circulating about a possible resumption of his residency in Las Vegas, the public is no longer on the spot! The house diary takes the opportunity to show the photos of the magnificent villa that the star has put up for sale 38.5 million euros.

This huge house was where Celine Dion rested when she was at her worst during her career. Comfortably more than necessary with a breathtaking view of the seathe artist was able to take a break from the hustle and bustle of the city and get closer to nature.

Like Lara Fabian, who is selling her Quebec mansion, Celine Dion has also sold this spectacular home, located in Florida. Do Quebec women want something new? It was René Angelil who bought this house just before the arrival of their twins Eddie and Nelson. Suffice it to say that thethere are many memories and perhaps painful for the star. The villa has thirteen bedrooms to accommodate Celine Dion’s friends and extended family, fourteen bathrooms, three swimming pools, a golf course, a private beach… In short, a true paradise on Jupiter Island.

Celine Dion is selling her magnificent family mansion

It’s a villa the couple wanted to part with in 2013 for the modest sum 72.5 million euros. However, their demands had to be lowered. In fact, Celine Dion finally found a buyer for 38.5 million euros in 2017, a year after the death of René Angelil. The proud owner is a wealthy American who prefers remain anonymous. He got an excellent deal, acquiring the villa for almost 50% cheaper. He decided to make it a vacation home for himself and his family. With thirteen bedrooms, it can even invite friends over!

Today we hope Celine Dion is doing well and preparing for her big comeback. Fans were so disappointed the various cancellations planned concerts. The singer has often apologized to her audience for these setbacks, very sad herself to have to be off stage for so long.

Marie France, women’s magazine