LAS VEGAS, NV – Celine Dion has sold her luxurious Las Vegas mansion, located in the affluent Summit Club community, in an off-market deal that netted the world-famous best-selling singer a whopping $30 million.
While the mansion in question has been confirmed to have been owned by Dion, it is currently unknown if the singer behind some of the bestselling English-language albums in history – such as “Beauty and the Beast” and “My Heart Will Go On” – had ever actually moved in to the sprawling estate, which reports say was regularly being worked on by construction companies.
The six-time Grammy Award winner originally purchased the Summit Club home in 2017 for $9.2 million, which makes the $30 million sale a significant return on her initial investment. The deal reportedly closed in late April, with the buyer being an LLC tied to San Francisco-based private equity head Chuck Esserman.
As the property was never actually listed on the open market and was sold as a private transaction, there are few details available about it beyond what is available in Clark County records. The 31,000 square-foot mansion is located upon a 1.4 acre plot of land and has four bedrooms and an incredible 12 bathrooms.
The residence also has a 3,300-square-foot subterranean parking garage and a pool and a spa that overlooks the 12th hole on the Summit Club’s Tom Fazio-designed golf course.
Dion has been regarded as one of the greatest singers in music; with record sales of estimated at 200 million worldwide, she is the best-selling Canadian recording artist, the best-selling French-language artist, and one of the best-selling recording artists of all time.
The guard-gated Summit Club is also home to many other wealthy and powerful individuals, such as Golden Knights owner Bill Foley, motivational speaker Tony Robbins, venture capitalist Marc Andreessen, data center mogul Rob Roy, and Hollywood movie star Mark Wahlberg.
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