Celine Dion has slashed the asking price of her Florida estate by $30 million.
The 'Think Twice' hitmaker first listed the lavish 5.5 acre estate for $75.5 million in 2013 shortly after her husband Rene Angelil - who died of cancer in January - was diagnosed with the disease, but she has now dramatically dropped the price tag for a quick sale.
According to TMZ, Celine and Rene had discussed getting rid of the property before his death, and the 47-year-old singer is planning to live full-time in Las Vegas, both because of her commitments to her Caesars Palace residency, and because her sons Rene-Charles, 14, and twins Eddy and Nelson, five, are comfortable there.
While would-be buyers of the abode will still have to shell out a huge amount for the estate, they will get a lot for their money.
The main 10,000 sq ft house has five bedrooms, while the grounds are also home to two four-bedroom guest houses, a tennis court and simulated golf range.
Fans of water are in for a real treat as the property boasts three pools, one with a fire pit in the middle of it and another with a water park and lazy river.
Just last month, the 'My Heart Will Go On' singer sold another of her homes, in Quebec, for $25.5 million.