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Céline Dion's former home on a private island near Laval sold for $25.5 million

SOTHEBY’SCéline Dion’s former home on a private island near Laval sold for $25.5 million

The most expensive property on the Montreal-area resale market — the former home of Celine Dion — has sold, according to a report. The asking price was $25.5 million.

The castle near Laval had been on sale for more than two years. In 2013, the asking price was a cool $29,655,500 — listed with as many fives as possible because it was the lucky number of Dion and René Angélil. Her husband and manager died one month ago after a long battle with cancer.

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HandoutInformal dining room and family room with magnificent built-ins, with integrated media components and access to the terrace and yard. Céline Dion’s former home on a private island near Laval sold for $25.5 million.

The French Normand-style chateau is on a private island between Laval and Boisbriand, Ile Gagnon. There are six bedrooms and nine bathrooms.

“Yes, the house is sold, and that’s all I can tell you, out of respect for Ms. Dion,” a Sotheby’s spokesperson told La Presse.

Boudoir with double height ceilings, fireplace with decorative mantle and an elegant staircase leading to a soaking tub. Céline Dion’s former home on a private island near Laval sold for $25.5 million.

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HandoutCéline Dion’s former home on a private island near Laval sold for $25.5 million.
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HandoutCéline Dion’s former home on a private island near Laval sold for $25.5 million.
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SOTHEBY’SFor the ultimate entertaining experience, a most stunning stone vaulted wine cellar with integrated tasting room seating 10. Céline Dion’s former home on a private island near Laval sold for $25.5 million.
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HandoutLuxurious master bedroom suites with sumptuous ensuite bathrooms, spacious walk-ins closets, Juliette balconies and oversized doors and windows overlooking the water. Céline Dion’s former home on a private island near Laval sold for $25.5 million.
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HandoutThe formal dining room seats eighteen, with beautiful terrace and water views. Céline Dion’s former home on a private island near Laval sold for $25.5 million.
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HandoutGrand entry foyer opens onto three levels with magnificent winding staircase and inlayed marble floors. Céline Dion’s former home on a private island near Laval sold for $25.5 million.
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HandoutThis custom la Cornue kitchen is perfect for entertaining and boasts spectacular water views. Céline Dion’s former home on a private island near Laval sold for $25.5 million.
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HandoutFabulous wood-panelled library with custom fireplace surround, built-ins, coffered ceiling and gleaming custom wood floors. Céline Dion’s former home on a private island near Laval sold for $25.5 million.
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HandoutLuxurious master bedroom suites with sumptuous ensuite bathrooms, spacious walk-ins closets, Juliette balconies and oversized doors and windows overlooking the water. Céline Dion’s former home on a private island near Laval sold for $25.5 million.
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HandoutThe mansion pool house. Céline Dion’s former home on a private island near Laval sold for $25.5 million.
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HandoutBoudoir with double height ceilings, fireplace with decorative mantle and an elegant staircase leading to a soaking tub. Céline Dion’s former home on a private island near Laval sold for $25.5 million.

Washington, Oct 17 (ANI): Nicole Scherzinger has revealed that her new album ‘Big Fat Lie’ was like “therapy.”

 

The 36-year-old singer said that it’s a very personal album to her and it’s a transitional album as it is very honest and authentic, People Magazine reported.

 

The former ‘X Factor’ judge, who for eight years felt like she wasn’t enough, wasn’t pretty, was fat and wasn’t worthy of more, added that she is in a different place in her life now and she feels a bit more confident and comfortable in her own skin to be able to talk about things that she hadn’t talked about before.

 

Scherzinger continued that it feels good to be truthful, because not everyone’s perfect and everyone always has these pre-conceived notions that unlike celebrities, who are supposedly glamorous and don’t have any problems and any issues, they battle with their own issues.