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Celine Dion’s Water Park Mansion
Celine Dion and family are spending most of their time these days in Las Vegas. After five years of sold-out shows at Caesars Palace, Celine restarts her record-setting performances on June 10th. With so much time away for show business and her Las Vegas contract extended to 2019, Celine recently sold her 24,000-square-foot Montreal mansion for almost $30 million, and also has her Florida home up for sale.
When Celine and her manager-husband, René Angélil, built their beachfront home in 2010 on Jupiter Island, Florida, they outdid themselves with water features most have only seen in public water parks. Nestled on 6 private acres on the Atlantic Ocean in one of the most expensive neighborhoods in the United States is their Bahamian-style 10,000-square-foot home with eight bedrooms and 415 feet of private beach. In addition to the main house, there are five pavilions that serve multiple functions including a double four bedroom guest house (eight extra bedrooms), tennis house with simulated golf range, humongous master closet with electric racks and a revolving shoe carousel, pool house with separate kitchen, beach house with second floor sleeping loft and a massage room. Even more, tennis and basketball courts, childrens play house and croquet court, the home is being sold with most of the furniture included.
But let’s talk water. Aside from having one of the longest private beaches in Florida as a playground, in the middle of the main house and guest homes is a man-made river, a massive pool that winds around the property with bridges, gazebos, water slides, water-gun stations … Even a man-made beach for sunning if you weary of the one that goes with the ocean. There is also another pool on the ocean side of the house.
Celine Dion and husband, Rene, are selling their Jupiter, Florida beach estate and personal water park. Originally priced at $72 million, now listed at $62.5 million.
Howard Hughes’ Lake Tahoe Cabin
Hughes’ enchanting log cabin at the edge of Lake Tahoe is the essence of the rustic cabin experience. Built in 1934 by skilled log crafters, it is located on over 5.5 gated acres with over 500 feet of Crystal Bay waterfront. The main house consists of 2,518 square feet with five bedrooms and five bathrooms. The large vaulted, beamed great room contains a massive stone fireplace and lovely water views. The guest house, built in 1940, is 1,343 square feet with two bedrooms and two baths, also with commanding views of the lake and stone fireplace. The property has a four-car garage, pier, buoy and large meadow.
Howard Hughes charming log cabin on Lake Tahoe near Incline Village, now listed at $19.5 million.
SoHo Broadway Loft
This stylish loft is in the SoHo Cast Iron Historic District and is an original attic loft in a cast iron, six-story 1884 industrial structure. Totally gutted and redesigned by loft and gallery architect Todd Ernst, today it is a study in sleek sophistication. An unusual stand-out design feature is how the velvet drapes are configured to move at the touch of a button to enclose and define individual rooms or open to a wide-open floor plan. All systems are on Crestar such as temperature, lighting, music, video, shades as well as the room-defining drapes. Another unusual and rather dazzling feature is a mezzanine that is reached by a transparent glass bridge and staircase. Living and dining spaces, a private keyed elevator, two bedrooms and three baths are included in the 4,000-square-foot space. The home’s sixteen-foot ceilings are perfect for displaying large works of art.
In the middle of SoHo, this cutting edge loft is in walking distance to all the galleries, shops and restaurants that make this one of New York’s most coveted neighborhoods. Priced at $6.5 million.
Montana Yellowstone Club Ski Home
The private Yellowstone Club in Montana’s Rocky Mountains is the low-key exclusive ski and golf outpost where some of the world’s top executives, politicians and celebrities have vacation homes well protected by a team of ex-Secret Service men. Maintaining a down-to-earth family resort, it’s where the highly successful can enjoy their families without the intrusion of paparazzi and autograph seekers popping out from behind the bushes. Founded in 1999, the Club property is only steps away from the 5,750 skiable acres of Big Sky Resort. Skiing is only one of many outdoor pleasures to be enjoyed at Yellowstone Club. Golf at the private 18-hole championship Tom Weiskopf course, enjoy horseback riding, backcountry skiing, rock climbing, white water rafting, hiking, biking or trout fishing make the Club a year-round vacation destination. The Yellowstone Club has 13,400 acres, 2,200 of which are skiable, and are joined by Big Sky’s 5,750 skiable acres next door.
This rustic but elegant home is designed to blend in with the Montana wilderness with its natural building materials of reclaimed lumber and dry stack rock. The 4,505-square-foot interior centers around an open kitchen and dining area with sunken living room that opens onto a patio. Also featured are five bedrooms, four baths, office, exercise studio and a tower bonus room. One of the bedrooms is a bunk room for spillover guests or children and their friends. Perched on 3.15 acres high on a ridge, long-range views of valleys and mountains in every direction.
Rustic home in Montana mountains. Over 4,500 square feet on 3 acres, near Yellowstone National Park and Tom Weiskopf Golf Course. Auction April 17th with $2.75 million reserve.
California Resort Home
Whether looking to buy the ultimate golf home or just want to see what a golfer’s paradise looks like, this home on the grounds of La Quinta’s exclusive Madison Club is an ace. The 19,963-square-foot six bedroom, ten bath contemporary residence sprawls across two acres with indoor-outdoor living and vanishing thresholds almost completely eliminating lines of demarcation between the two. It’s how living is done in the perfect California weather. The interior, with its ceiling-to-floor walls of glass create open rooms with good flow for entertaining along with more intimate private spaces with views of the San Jacinto and Santa Rosa Mountains and the rolling greens of the private yard with creek, waterfall, pool and spa, private driving range, guest house and many venues for dining and entertaining. Inside is the gourmet kitchen with dining area, wine cellar, office, home theatre and staff quarters. Selling beautifully furnished, there is also a huge built-in aquarium and multiple flat TVs that make watching your favorite golf tournament possible both inside and outside.
One of a kind, Coachella Valley golfer’s paradise at the Madison Club in La Quinta, priced at $39.5 million.
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