2016 was an incredibly rough year for Céline Dion.
Now, almost exactly a year after her husband René Angélil passed away from throat cancer, the singer is turning over a new leaf by putting the Paris home they shared on the market.
According to the Sotherby's listing, the five bedroom, five bath home in the 16th aarrondissement in Paris is selling for €9,000,000, which is $9,527,265 USD.
Variety reports that the five-time Grammy Award winning singer and her late husband purchased the almost 8,000 square-foot, four story home located in the private gated community Villa Montmorency, in 2008.
Upon entering the home an entrance hall leads into a large living room with a step down library with built-in book cases and a mezzanine.
A dining room with terrace access, the kitchen, a guest bathroom and a cloakroom round out the ground floor.
On the second floor, the home has a designated study room likely used by Dion and Angelil's sons René-Charles, Nelson and Eddy.
And two ensuite bedrooms.
The third floor features two more bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms.
The fourth floor has a bedroom with a terrace and a spectacular Paris view.
Back downstairs on the basement level, the home has a movie room, sports room, wine cellar, garage and a spa complete with a sauna.
Outside, the modern style interiors give way to a classically Parisian manicured backyard.
With the exception of whatever that yellow thing is of course.
Dion and her three boys are currently calling Las Vegas home, where she continues her incredibly successful residency at The Colosseum at Caesar’s Palace.