It took four years and a series of price slashes, but Celine Dion finally sold her 5.5-acre Jupiter Island estate.
The singer initially priced her South Florida waterfront home at $72 million in 2013. At the time of the sale in 2017, the 10,000-square-foot property was listed for $38.5 million.
While Dion's place is no longer on the market, some other celebrity homes still are. Here are four:
"Friends" star Matthew Perry's is selling his three-bed, five-bath Sunset Strip estate for $13.5 million. It offers an unmatched view of LA, a master suite with a glass wall that opens directly to the infinity pool and a luxury screening room.
Check out the 10,628-square-foot mansion:
It features an open floor plan and glass walls:
The views of downtown LA from the hilltop-perched home aren't bad:
Le Chateau des Palmiers, which Trump called "one of the greatest mansions in the world," is located on St. Martin and sits on a white sand beach. It has two living quarters — a five-bedroom oceanfront villa and a four-bedroom garden villa — on its 4.8 acres.
Take a look inside the estate:
After buying the Southhampton pad in 2008 for $2.1 million, celebrity chef Rachael Ray and her husband John Cusimano are looking to sell it for $4.9 million.
The three-bed, five-bath sits on a six-acre lot. It includes a gunite pool, a patio with pergola and a pool house with extra rooms for sleeping and entertaining.
Check out the 3,000-square-foot home:
Here's what the celebrity cook's kitchen looks like:
The living space is equally pristine:
English musician Sting and his wife Trudie Styler bought their duplex penthouse for $30 million in 2015. Today, they're asking $56 million.
The 5,417-square-foot apartment is located at 15 Central Park West, an exclusive NYC condo building that offers its residents a sky-lit lap pool, private catering and climate-controlled wine rooms, among other luxurious amenities.
Check out Sting and Styler's four-bed, four-bath:
A open fireplace divides the living room:
The terrace offers the best of both worlds: views of the park and the city.
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