One of the ultimate singers, performers and all-round icons, Cher, is also known for her passion for real estate.
A pro in designing, decorating and filling homes, the diva has enjoyed doing up houses everywhere from New York to Hawaii, making architectural front covers all the while.
Perhaps her most renowned home is the mansion on exclusive La Gorce Island in Miami Beach, Florida, and it's currently on the market.
Read on to explore this amazing home – and when you're done, hop over to our page dedicated to the world's best homes for more.
You'd have to have a heart of stone not to be entranced by this home's minimalist take on Moorish architecture.
Bought by Cher in 1993, she turned the house into a grand villa, turning her back on the clean lines and white furniture of previous homes. Before the singer sold the property in 1996, she filled the place with religious art and carved wood, reflecting her newfound love of Venetian and Moorish design.
Now taken back to being clutter-free and clean-lined, features like Moorish accents and architectural elements from Cher's era remain.
The home once owned by the 'Believe' singer is currently on sale for $22 million, and it's certainly full of amenities.
Boasting an impressive 11,460 sq ft of interior, the property covers three floors on its waterfront location.
Within the many rooms in this Miami house, there are six bedrooms and eight baths as well as a two-story living room and gourmet kitchen.
Being a Cher home, of course there's more - there's an office and a cinema room for organizing and watching concerts. For downtime there's of course a bar, a gym and a game room. The garage is practically a room in itself, too, as even it has air conditioning.
Cher is known for her OTT sparkling, showgirl outfits, so this couldn't be one of her homes without an incredible custom 300 sq ft walk-in closet.
Outside the house, this island property has a heated lap pool, a spa and even a cabana with bath. Not to mention a private dock which can a accommodate a 150’ ft yacht.
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Thea Babington-Stitt is a Content Editor at Future. She has been an interiors journalist for nearly 10 years and has held positions at LivingEtc, Country Homes & Interiors and Homes & Gardens. Currently, she is writing for Ideal Home and Style At Home's websites and magazines.
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