Celine Dion is $30 million richer after the sale of her Summerlin, Las Vegas abode. The queen of power ballads bought a freshly-built Las Vegas manse in 2017 for $9.2 million and reportedly spent the following years renovating before sealing the eight-figure, off-market deal last month, according to Dirt. It’s unclear if the singer ever moved in, perhaps making her the latest celeb to try her hand at the house-flipping game—to great success.
Located in an affluent private community called The Summit Club, the 31,000-square-foot residence attracted private equity investor Chuck Esserman as its buyer. The TSG Consumer CEO can count actor Mark Wahlberg, author and motivational speaker Tony Robbins, and tech tycoon Marc Andreessen (whose $177 million California home purchase was just dethroned as the state’s priciest by Beyoncé and Jay-Z) among his new neighbors.
Design details are sparse since the house was never officially on the market, but the modern desert oasis apparently hosts four bedrooms and 12 bathrooms, resting on a 1.4-acre plot. It offers two above-ground levels plus a finished basement–each floor spanning about 14,500 square feet–and a 3,300-square-foot underground garage. The property’s swimming pool and spa overlook the private community’s championship golf course by award-winning golf course architect Tom Fazio.
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Dion maintains her estate in the Vegas suburb of Henderson that she purchased for $5 million in 2003 shortly after launching her 16-year Las Vegas residency, which paved the way for a slew of musicians to follow suit. The “My Heart Will Go On” singer previously owned a stylish Parisian mansion, a Florida estate complete with a water park, and property in her native Québec.
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