Star Zeta's Caribbean hideaway could be yours - for just PS8.1m.
Byline: Nathan Bevan Reporter email@example.com
HOLLYWOOD actors Catherine Zeta-Jones and Michael Douglas have put their Bermuda mansion on the market for more than PS8.1m.
The Caribbean getaway, built in 1827, is thought to have been bought by the Swansea actress and her American husband 15 years ago for $2.5m.
It boasts eight bedrooms, eight bathrooms and three acres.
In addition, the 9,500-square-foot property - which is based in the region where Douglas' model and actress mother Dian Dill grew up - also boasts a gated pool, a tennis court, an orchard and "stunning sea views".
The estate agents dealing with the sale, Rego Sotheby's International Realty, also described the house as having "a large, spacious living room with fireplace, dining room, gourmet kitchen and children's suite containing two bedrooms, two bathrooms, music room and den".
On the upper level of the house can be found a huge master suite with views over Hamilton Harbour, plus a second en suite bedroom, office and large media room, while the basement has a gym, including shower, locker room, bath and sauna, as well as a storage area and commercial-size laundry room.
The grounds of the estate also contain a two-bedroom guest cottage, a 100-year-old apartment and a twobedroom caretaker's cottage.
It's not the first property the movie star couple has placed on sale in recent times - their home in Bedford, New York, where Zeta-Jones lived during her temporary separation from Michael Douglas, was up for grabs for $8m in 2014.
Their lavish Balearic retreat on the island of Majorca was also yours to buy in 2015, all for the princely price tag of PS35m.
Don't worry though, they've still plenty of places to lay their heads, including a multi-million-pound pad nestling in the swish Colorado ski resort of Aspen - where they got engaged at the turn of the millennium - a luxury apartment in Manhattan, close to the Plaza Hotel where they tied the knot to the sound of a Welsh male voice choir in November 2000, along with a residence in Los Angeles and another in the Turks & Caicos islands.
And there's the pair's home in Silverhurst, a small gated community in Zeta-Jones' native Swansea.
The house, along with two others in the complex, overlooks picturesque Braclet Bay in Mumbles. And who needs Bermuda when you've got that?
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