A canine, a German Shepard to be precise, is promoting Madonna’s former Miami house. This canine belonged to Karlotta Liebenstein, a German countess, who died in 1992 and left a staggering inheritance of over US$80 million to her beloved pet, Gunther III.
Since then, Gunther and its progeny have loved the excessive life, with a various unfold of actual property properties. Of which features a Miami mansion Madonna as soon as owned. The Queen of Pop bought the 8,400-square-foot Tuscan-style villa to Gunther IV for US$7.5 million 21 years in the past.
Two Gunthers later, the canine’s decendent Gunter VI, is placing the posh property available on the market for US$31.75 million.
Compass realtor, Ruthie Assouline, advised Architectural Digest: “Now we have bought numerous multimillion-dollar properties, however that is undoubtedly a primary. When the handlers initially advised me a canine owned the property, I didn’t imagine it.”
However it’s true. When Gunther finds itself in Miami, it sleeps in Madonna’s former master suite, full with a customized Italian red-velvet spherical mattress overlooking Biscayne Bay. A gilded-frame portrait of itself sits on prime of the hearth in the lounge. The area additionally contains customized woodwork on the ceiling and a coral grand staircase.
Gunther III comes from a protracted line of German Shephards, relationship again six generations (40 human years). His handlers have invested in quite a few sectors from actual property to publishing, and even sports activities groups and nightlife.
Right this moment, Gunther is value half a billion — making him the wealthiest canine on the planet.
Gunther lives fairly the opulent life, travelling by yacht and personal jet, eating on prime rib and caviar, gathering sportscars — it’s fairly the pampered pooch. It even bought a US$1.1 million white truffle in an public sale in 2001.
Except for the quirky home-owner, the property boasts 1.2-acres of land lined with royal palm timber and plush landscaping coupled with breathtaking bay views.
Additionally on the market, is Prince Charles’ former country estate in Dartmoor National Park. A household house sitting on 9.22 acres of land. That includes paddocks, a woodland, and a financial institution of the River Dart that comes with fishing rights, the property is up on the market for US$6.7 million, and his royal highness himself may go to on brief discover for a bit fishing if he so needs.
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