Marco Muñiz, better known by his stage name Marc Anthony, has put his Californian Tarzana mansion for sale just seven months after purchasing it. Earlier this week, the Grammy winner listed his two-story, New-England-style house on Realtor.com for $4.3 million.
The father of five, who will celebrate his 47th birthday on September 16, originally bought the home for $4.1 million in January 2015.
The house was built last year and is located on Amigo Avenue in California. The property is 6,500 square feet in size, with five bedrooms and six-and-a-half bathrooms, along with an oversized four-car garage. Anthony’s soon-to-be ex-home also boasts a backyard with a gunite pool, a spa, a fire pit, a gazebo, an outdoor fridge, and a bar featuring an inbuilt grill.
Its high-end kitchen shows off herringbone wallpaper with granite counters and two center islands made of Calcutta marble. Also featured in the home is a Subzero refrigerator along with twin Wolf ranges. The sun-bathed living room is decorated with wooden, mahogany floors as well as coffered ceilings.
The grandest part of the mansion is its master bedroom that offers not only a private terrace, but also a walk-in closet accented with glass vitrines. The master bath has a crystal chandelier above a claw foot bathtub, in addition to a glass-enclosed shower cubicle.
The chart-topping singer barely even resided in the house, given his extremely demanding tour dates. TMZ reports that Anthony made the decision to move to the Sunshine State with this third wife, Shannon de Lima, a Venezuelan runway model who is 20 years his junior.
Anthony is reportedly moving his record labels, Venture Magnus Media and Marc Anthony Production, to South Florida. Given his ties to the state, as he previously co-owned the Miami Dolphins along with some property there, it is understandable for the actor to make the move.
Earlier this year, Anthony also sold his previous Encino home for $2.4 million to JaVale McGee, a professional basketball player. Along with the Californian house, he is also getting rid of the property he owned with his ex-wife, Jennifer Lopez, in Long Island for a reported $12 million.
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