Canadian songbird Celine Dion‘s first Florida house is back on the market at a deep discount.
That’s what Dion sold it for a decade ago when she first moved into her permanent gig at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas!
The 15,000-square-foot mansion, with views on the Intracoastal, has kept many of the architectural features that the flamboyant diva ordered, including hand-painted walls, a domed stained glass skylight, five fireplaces, intricate crown moldings, a velvet-covered old-style theatre with a performance stage, etc . . .
The digs have been on the market since May 2010.
At the time current owner Richard Santulli, founder the fractional-ownership NetJets, was asking $15.5 million!
The price was slashed to $13.9 million in August 2011 and again recently.