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Lady GaGa building luxury property in Greece

Lady GaGa building luxury property in Greece

Lady GaGa building luxury property in Greece

By: Nick Marr -  Category: Greece - Added: 2012-07-25


One of the world’s biggest music stars is apparently set to build a dream home in Greece.  Lady GaGa, the five time Grammy winning vocalist, is set to build a $10 million (£6.37 million) ‘dream palace’ on the island of Crete.

Keep reading to learn more about the singer’s new home.

GaGa set to build $10 million property in Greece

Lady GaGa, real name Stafani Germanotta, has sold an estimated 23 million albums and 64 million singles worldwide, making her one of the best-selling music artists of all time.

Now, the New Yorker is reportedly building her ‘dream palace’ in Greece, which will appear to float in the sea.  The 26 year old star bought a property in Crete in 2010, and the manor is being built on the site of that home.  The total cost for the project is estimated at $10 million (£6.37 million).

The Daily Star quoted sources as saying: “It's going to be absolutely phenomenal when she's finished with it.  It's right on the water and appears to be floating, so anyone wanting a gander will only be able to see it if they go by boat."

The Poker Face and Bad Romance star is also planning to have a palace and a church on the land.

The source added: “Besides the palace and church, the project will also include a tennis court and two pools.  It has ended up costing over 10 million for the whole development and that's only so far. Extra costs are sure to mount up.”

Two years ago it was rumoured that the singer was considering getting married on the Greek island with her boyfriend at the time, Luc Carl.

The Greek Reporter adds: “This is not the first time that media have reported her intentions to have a house on Crete. Many believe she was deeply affected by Spinalonga, the small island in north eastern Crete that was a leper colony.”

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