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The richest dog in the world sells a house in Miami for almost $ 32 million

The richest dog in the world, a German shepherd named Gunther VI, heir to Countess Karlotta Liebenstein’s trust, has put his Miami house, which belonged to Madonna years ago, up for sale for almost $ 32 million, the media reported. local.

The news of the sale of this sumptuous mansion on the shores of the Bay of Biscay has jumped from the media specialized in the real estate business to the general information media when it became known that the selling trust is in the name of a being that has four legs and barks.

The sale price is US $ 31.75 million, a trifle for the sum in which the Countess’s inheritance has become thanks to some successful investments: about US $ 500 million.

Pop star Madonna lived in this house that she bought for $ 7.5 million in the 1990s, according to information published in Forbes magazine.

Gunther VI inherited the trust from the Countess who died in 1992 without issue on the death of his grandfather Gunther IV, who in turn inherited it from Gunther III, the first millionaire of this canine family.

The administrators of the fortune of Gunther VI They not only look after the well-being of this lucky dog ​​who lives most of the year in Tuscany (Italy), although he has properties in other parts of the world, but for his money.

The mansion located in an exclusive residential area of ​​the Miami neighborhood of Brickell, next to the Vizcaya Palace, a jewel of the 1920s built by an heir to the Deering family, became part of the heritage of the “Gunther” in the year 2000.

It has a waterfront of 100 feet (30.5 meters), including dock, and the total area of ​​the farm is 51,000 square feet (almost 4,800 square meters), of which 8,400 square feet (almost 782 square meters) built.

The mansion, originally built in 1928, has nine bedrooms and as many bathrooms and is surrounded by gardens, in which a Mediterranean-style pool shines like the whole complex.


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