Singer Celine Dion is pictured here with her now-deceased husband Rene Angelil  in Las Vegas in 2013. Dion reportedly spent as much as $20 million to build the estate, completing it in 2010 with Angelil. 
Photo: Gabe Ginsberg/WireImage
Photo: Gabe Ginsberg/WireImage

Celine Dion’s mansion sells for $28 million, far below the $72.5 million she wanted

Superstar singer Celine Dion’s 5.7-acre oceanfront compound on Jupiter Island, Florida has sold for $28 million, far less than the $72.5 million price tag Dion was asking when she first put it on the market in August 2013, according to the deed recorded Friday.

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The recorded sales price is also about $10 million less than the $38.5 million price tag last attached to the estate, according to the property.

Grammy-winner Celine Dion has sold her 5.7-acre Jupiter Island estate on the ocean for a recorded $28 million. On the market for nearly four years, the property on South Beach Road has three pools among its features.
Photo: Alexandre Parent © Studio Point de Vue, courtesy Sotheby’s International Realty

The estate, which has s 415 feet of beachfront, is located in the tony town near Hobe Sound and boasts water slides, a main house and several other buildings. The property is said to have sold with most of its furnishings and contents.

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The buyer is the Jupiter Island Trust, according to the deed recorded by the Martin County Clerk’s Office. An American who will use it as a vacation residence is reportedly behind the trust, according to one of the real estate agents involved in the deal.

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