Grammy award-winning French Canadian singer Celine Dion and her husband Rene Angelil own a luxury home on Jupiter Island, Florida, big enough for their extended family: three children, René’s adult children and grandchildren and Celine’s thirteen siblings’ families.
The 9,825 sq ft residence sits on 5.7 acres overlooking the Atlantic and houses eight bedrooms, a large modern kitchen, a spacious living room with an open floor plan to accommodate their big family and a 460 sq ft wardrobe. Amenities also include an underground garage and a gym in the beachside cabana.
The home boasts an outdoor waterfall and a huge water park with two swimming pools, slides, bridges and a meandering lazy river which takes bathers slowly around the pool. On the grounds there is also a tennis court which doubles as a basketball court and a beautiful tree house which Celine herself designed for her children, nephews and nieces.
Apparently, when the house was being built the community angrily complained that the water system of the water park used so much water that there were water restrictions on the island, so Celine had to pay a fine and afterwards, much to the neighbors’ incessant dissatisfaction, she got six wells built for the storage of the water necessary to pump 6.5 million gallons a year into the pools.
Anyway, the estate and its fairyland entertainment facilities are part of Celine Dion’s dreams come true.
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Dion had first gained international recognition in the 1980s by winning both the 1982 Yamaha World Popular Song Festival and the 1988 Eurovision Song Contest where she represented Switzerland.
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