Cher's Hawaii Home Sold at Auction for $8.7 M
From the flat-out atrocious (animal prints and entirely too many ruffles) to just plain unfortunate (black, black, and more boring black) these ladies didn't quite present their best selves.
A luxury real estate auction company reports that Cher's Hawaii home overlooking the Pacific Ocean has been sold to an Arizona buyer for $8.7 million.
Concierge Auctions said Thursday that the home was one of five Big Island residences auctioned Monday for a total of $19.4 million.
The firm had estimated Cher's three-quarter-acre property was worth between $8 million and $12 million.
Located in the Hualalai Resort, the 8,800-square-foot Balinese style residence features a gated center courtyard leading to the main residence. It includes a master wing, great room, kitchen, dining room, outdoor living area, and infinity pool with spa overlooking the resort's golf course.
A Web site set up for the sale says the residence designed by Cher has six bedrooms.
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Published at 7:04 PM CDT on Jan 21, 2010
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