Just a month after the death of her husband, Canadian chanteuse Celine Dion got serious about selling her South Florida mansion. She’s discounted the six-acre property and its private waterpark in sleepy Jupiter Island by nearly $30 million. She originally put it on the market for $72.5 million in 2013. It’s now on sale for a mere $45.5 million.
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