Gloria Gaynor is saying goodbye to her longtime suburban New Jersey dwelling.
The Newark-born singer, finest recognized for the megahit “I Will Survive,” is asking $1.25 million for the 5,318-square-foot in Green Brook, in line with the New York Times.
She beforehand advertise in 2019 after which once more initially of the Covid-19 pandemic. The housing market has picked again up prior to now yr.
The dwelling was in-built 1988 by its architect, Jeffrey Beer. Gaynor and her former husband Linwood Simon purchased the property in 1998, in line with the publication.
Gaynor stated that through the years she has renovated the kitchen and bogs and completed the walkout basement. It has 5 bedrooms, 4 full bogs, and two half bogs.
The entrance entrance results in a two-story octagonal lobby with marble flooring. Off the lobby, there’s a master bedroom with a walk-in closet, sunroom and sitting room. The massive sunken lounge contains a marble hearth, and there’s a proper eating space.
Gaynor stated she commonly hosted events on the home and — fittingly, for a disco queen — constructed a stage for dancing in entrance of the pool.
Gaynor is now promoting the property following well being points which have made its structure difficult for her, per the report. She’s at present constructing a home in Englewood Cliffs and plans to maneuver in early subsequent yr.
[NYT] — Dennis Lynch