Cher might be known for her chart-topping hits and movies, but it turns out she’s also got an impressive real estate portfolio.
The diva’s former Miami mega mansion has just hit the market for a whopping $42.5 million.
According to the book ‘Cher: You Haven’t Seen the Last of Me’, the singer purchased the home for $1.5 million in 1993 and used it as a retreat from fame.
She only owned the property three years, though, before selling it to Calvin Klein cofounder Barry K. Schwartz for $4.35 million.
In August 2020, it was listed for $22 million and eventually sold a year later for $17 million.
Now the 12,450-square foot waterfront property is back on the market for more than twice as much.
Located on the secluded La Gorce Island, the Spanish contemporary estate has six bedrooms and nine bathrooms.
As you walk through the door, you’re greeted by over 19-foot ceilings and grand dual staircases, as well as Brazilian oak floors.
Per the listing, the home was designed for entertaining.
The secluded home has social rooms, formal salons and a chef’s kitchen.
On the property’s main level, there’s a VIP suite.
The main bedroom has “a sitting room, marble clad bath with stunning center shower for two, oversized custom closet, and a sunrise terrace,” according to the listing.
The Miami home has three additional bedrooms on the upper level in addition to two privately accessed guest quarters.
It also offers an assortment of wellness amenities, including a top floor fitness studio, a cold plunge, outdoor shower, and a spa.
Then there’s a 50-foot resort-style pool, a Palm Beach style pool house, and a sun deck.
The property’s likely to appeal to boat lovers, as it comes with 158 feet of linear water frontage.
The gated community of La Gorce Island features only 30 waterfront properties and offers 24/7 patrol service.
It’s not the only property with links to the singer to come up for sale, though.
Cher’s still looking for a buyer for her $75 million Malibu home, which originally came to market with an asking price of $85 million.
After not being able to find a buyer, the listing was pulled, only to return six months later with a $10 million price cut.