The disco queen Gloria Gaynor‘s melodious mansion in Green Brook, NJ, is back on the market with a price cut.
After the home first became available in 2019 for $1.4 million, its price dropped last year to $1.3 million. Now, it is back on the market with Lisa Poggi of Douglas Elliman, for $1,249,000.
The singer of “Never Can Say Goodbye” wishes to bid adieu to her longtime abode, which she bought in 1999 for $888,888.
It was built in 1988, and its flashy interiors recall the singer’s disco roots. The sprawling space has five bedrooms, four full bathrooms, and two half-bathrooms on 5,318 spacious square feet.
While living there, Gaynor added plenty of luxe upgrades, for example, a movie theater with 12 reclining seats and half-bathroom. Outside, she put in a heated pool with a domed glass atrium. She also transformed the walk-out basement into a game room, lounge with bar, and a full gym.
Naturally, the home is fit for a diva. Each of the four bedrooms features a glam walk-in closet, and there is even more storage throughout the house. The property is on an acre, with lush lawns and a gazebo, and comes with a three-car garage.
Gaynor recently told the New York Times that the home is an entertainer’s dream.
“I used to have a Fourth of July party, then changed it to a Christmas party, then a birthday party,” she said.
“Outside, I built a stage in front of the pool, and people danced. Inside, people watched football on TV or were shooting pool and listening to the jukebox.”
Built by the award-winning architect Jeffrey Beers, this custom contemporary design features many eye-catching elements, such as the light-filled, two-story foyer. Other details include soaring windows and glassy marble flooring .
An open floor plan features a large living area with a fireplace and a formal dining area that looks out to the backyard.
The large, updated eat-in kitchen opens to a family room with a fireplace, and French doors that lead outside.
On the lower level, the walk-out basement includes a game room with a billiard-table and bar, and leads out to the backyard.
When not entertaining, lounge about on the first-floor master suite, which showcases a solarium, sitting room, and bathroom with jetted tub, separate shower, and dressing area. The second floor houses the three other bedrooms.
Gaynor, 77, is best-known for the hits “Never Can Say Goodbye,” “I Know What I Know,” and “I Will Survive,” for which she won a Grammy.
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