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Cher's Former Miami Mansion: A Glimpse into Luxury

HouseLab September 12, 2023

Cher's erstwhile Miami abode spans an impressive 11,000+ square feet. Image courtesy of Become Legendary / Dina Goldentayer.
In the heart of Miami Beach lies a piece of entertainment history, a mid-century mansion once graced by the iconic Cher. Now, this architectural marvel is on the market for $42.5 million, listed by Dina Goldentayer of Douglas Elliman.
Constructed in 1955 and later revamped by Menin Homes + Design, this Spanish contemporary gem is situated on La Gorce Island, a prestigious gated enclave known for its exclusivity. With only 30 waterfront residences, it's a haven for those seeking privacy and luxury.
Stepping inside, one is greeted by a foyer adorned with Brazilian oak flooring, leading to dual majestic staircases beneath soaring 19-foot ceilings. Cher's influence is evident throughout, especially in the Moorish-inspired arches and windows she added, ensuring sunlight bathes nearly every corner of the 11,460-square-foot space. The grand primary suite is a testament to luxury, boasting its own sitting area and an enclosed terrace. For those with a penchant for entertainment, the mansion houses an Art Deco bar and a 50-foot pool, perfect for glamorous photoshoots.
Cher's connection to the property began in 1993 when she purchased it for $1.5 million. She later sold it in 1996 for $4.35 million. The mansion's allure continued to attract, with Canadian financiers James and Cecily Eaton acquiring it for $17 million in 2020.
For those seeking a blend of history, luxury, and architectural beauty, this Miami Beach estate offers an unparalleled opportunity.


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