Mariah Carey Puts Bahamas Villa on the Market

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  • Mariah Carey has decided to sell her getaway in the Bahamas.

    The singer has put the 4,000-square foot, three-bedroom, three-bathroom property – where she married Nick Cannon in 2008 – on the market for $5.5 million.

    The house, which is named Sea Lily, sits on the exclusive Windermere Island which is only accessible by private helicopter or a bridge manned by a guard.

    The listing on Ocean Villas Group reads: ”Windermere is a private island, popular with a handful of well-known owners who have their homes here. Sea Lily is right on the ocean front and has superb views from every room of the house. It is just a few steps from the villa to the beach in front.”

    News of the sale comes after it was recently revealed the couple – who have 15-month-old twins Moroccan and Monroe together – are spending $150,000 a month on a holiday home in The Hamptons in Long Island, New York, for the summer.

    The 7,500 square foot property features six bedrooms, six-and-a-half bathrooms, a private cinema and an extensive wine cellar and a 40 ft. swimming pool, as well as its own creek and floating cabanas. There are also staff quarters on the grounds.
     

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    One thought on “Mariah Carey Puts Bahamas Villa on the Market

    1. Its indeed a legends house. I know Mariah Carey has decided due to the break up with her husband. But it would be more great if they could live together again. I wish to see both of them living in the villa happily once again. The worth is not important, it is the importance of memory of this house. I usually visit Florida and every time I visit there I take only the greatest Florida Villas For Rent and stay there for as long as I want. Because its your choice and memories that compiles you to be stick with good things. However, I wish best of luck for Mariah.

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