London: Singer Celine Dion's island mansion in Canada is up for sale and has gone on the market for 14 million pounds.
Situated on Ile Gagnon, a private island on the River Mille Iles in Quebec, Canada, the six-bedroom house boasts a panelled library, gym, games room, vaulted stone wine cellar, pool and a pool house, reported the Daily Express.
The mansion, which was built in 2001, can only be accessed by crossing a gate bridge.
"The famous singer Celine Dion has decided to unload her French Normandy-style, four-storey chateau on her private island, complete with furnishings and artwork," said a spokesperson for Vladi Private Islands, who are selling the property.
Dion, best known for her 'Titanic' hit 'My Heart Will Go On', first put the mansion in the market in 2012.
According to her husband Rene Angelil, the 46-year-old Canadian singer decided to sell her plush pad because of her three-year residency at Caesar's Palace in Las Vegas, and their US-based children, Rene-Charles and twins, Nelson and Eddie.