Celine Dion, renowned for her impactful music career, has taken a step back from the spotlight following her diagnosis with Stiff Person Syndrome. She now spends most of her time at home, surrounded by her family. Here’s a glimpse into her home and life:
After revealing her diagnosis, Celine Dion withdrew from the public eye. Her sister, Claudette Dion, has been providing updates on the singer’s life. Celine has 13 siblings, and Claudette ensures fans stay informed about her condition.
Claudette described Celine as a strong woman, battling an unfamiliar condition that has little information available, even within the Dion family. She also mentioned the pain Celine experiences due to the symptoms.
The symptoms include uncontrollable spasms in various muscles, akin to nighttime leg cramps but affecting all muscles.
Celine announced her diagnosis in December 2022, stating that the condition also impacted her vocal cords and ability to sing, resulting in the postponement of her Courage world tour. She has been working with medical experts and sports medicine therapists to regain her strength.
Celine now resides at home with her three sons: René-Charles, Eddy, and Nelson, all fathered by her late husband, René Angélil, who passed away in January 2016.
In 2008, the couple bought a five-acre plot of land and constructed a 13-bedroom, 14-bathroom mansion with various water features, including pools, slides, and a lazy river. However, Celine sold the property to move to Las Vegas for her residency in 2005, where she believed her family could be together more easily.
She eventually sold her dream home for $38.5 million in 2017, a year after her husband’s passing. In April 2023, she sold a property in Summerlin, Las Vegas, making a profit of $30 million.
Celine currently resides in a 1.5-acre home in Henderson, Nevada, which she purchased for $1.2 million in 2003. The home features four bedrooms, six bathrooms, three fireplaces, and a detached 2,000-square-foot guest house.
The property includes a basketball court and an impressive pool, making it worth an estimated $4.5 million. Celine also owns a home in her native province of Québec, Canada.
Her Las Vegas residency, which began at Caesar’s Palace, has been a tremendous success, earning her approximately $2 million monthly. Celine Dion, beloved by millions worldwide, remains an iconic figure in the music industry.