Celine Dion is selling her Montreal mansion for $28.2 million because she has only been there twice in the past two years.
Celine Dion has put her mansion in Montreal, Canada, on the market.
The 'My Heart Will Go On' hitmaker, who has three sons, son Rene Charles, 12, and two-year-old twins, Nelson and Eddie, with her husband Rene Angelil, 71, has listed her French-style chateau for $28.2 million because she and her family have only visited it twice in the last two years.
A source told real estate website Luxuryestate.com that the 24,000 square-foot six-bedroom property is being sold fully furnished and is located on its own island.
The regal mansion, which features numerous gold chandeliers and candelabras, comes complete with a home gym, panelled library, a vaulted stone wine cellar and tasting room, an 18-person dining table, pool, sunrooms, games room and a majestic winding staircase.
The Canadian singer also put her home in Jupiter Island, Florida, on the market for $72 million last month.
Celine decided to sell the lavish estate, which has its own water-park and a lazy river, after extending the contract of her Las Vegas residency show at the Caesars Palace Hotel and Casino until 2019.
The 45-year-old star and her husband built the luxury mansion three years ago before buying two adjacent lots for over $20 million to extend the property.
Set on 57 acres, the five bedroom house features an eight-bedroom guesthouse and a tennis house with a simulated golf range.
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