Celine Dion wants to sell her home quickly!
The 47-year-old singer reduced the price of her resort-like home in Jupiter, Florida to $45.5 million, which is $30 million less than what she asked for three years ago, according to TMZ.com.
The 10,000 square-feet mansion has five bedrooms with five bathrooms, a formal living room with vaulted ceilings, a media room, an elevator and two kitchens. As if that's not enough, the property has two four-bedroom guest homes, a tennis court and a pool house.
As for swimming pools, there are three as well as a water park complete with a lazy river.
The huge price drop shows that she is ready more than ever to sell the 5.5 acre estate. Celine decided to sell the property after her late husband Rene Angelil was diagnosed with cancer in 2013.
Rene died after a difficult battle with cancer on Jan. 14, 2016. Eight days later, he was given a state funeral in Canada, an honor typically reserved for politicians and military members.
On Feb. 23, the superstar made an emotional return to the stage in Las Vegas where she has a residency at Caesar's Palace.
She shared a photo and video montage tribute that honored her late husband of over 20 years.
"I understood that my career was in a way his masterpiece, his song, his symphony," the text read in the tribute. "The idea of leaving it unfinished would have hurt him terribly. I realized that if he ever left us, I would have to continue without him, for him."
Celine also teared up a few times throughout the night and broke down during a performance of "All by Myself."
"Throughout my life, I only had eyes for my husband, who sat out here, night after night," she said during the show. "People thought that I was looking at him actually but I didn't have to, I didn't need to, because every time I closed my eyes, I felt Rene on stage with me."
As she will continue to perform in Las Vegas, Celine will live there full-time with their three sons, Rene-Charles, 15, and five-year-old twins Eddy and Nelson.
Last month, she also sold her Canadian home located on a private island off the shore of Laval, Quebec. Sotheby's did not disclose the final selling price of the home, but the listing price was $25.5 million, which made it the most expensive property up for sale in the province of Quebec.