A dog who inherited a $ 500 million mansion that once belonged to Madonna – .

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A dog who inherited a $ 500 million mansion that once belonged to Madonna – .


Despite the owner, this is not a dog house.

A dog living in Florida prepares to sell a Miami mansion that once belonged to Madonna. This particular animal is the descendant of a beloved pet who inherited the immense fortune from its owner. Since then, the money has passed down the lineage, although it is handled by a series of masters (since even very intelligent dogs cannot understand human finances).

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Gunther VI is the great-grandson of Gunter III, the pet of German Countess Karlotta Liebenstein, reports the Associated Press. When she died in 1992, she bequeathed her fortune to Gunther III. The money has since been managed by a group of managers who ensure the Gunther lineage continues to live a lavish lifestyle.

Gunther VI is the great-grandson of Gunter III, the pet of the German Countess Karlotta Liebenstein. (Photo AP/Lynne Sladky)

The money was used to buy a Florida mansion that once belonged to Madonna. Now Gunther VI is set to sell it for $ 31.75 million. The house is technically just a vacation home and Gunther’s main house is in Tuscany.

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The 1.2 acre waterfront property listing is managed by husband and wife team Ruthie and Ethan Assouline.

Ruthie told the AP: “He lives in Madonna’s old master bedroom. He literally sleeps overlooking the most magnificent view in a bespoke Italian bed in the former bedroom of the world’s greatest pop star. “

She also explained her first reaction when she found out about the ad.

“When I was told that this house was bought by this German Shepherd, I thought, ‘What are you talking about? I’m not following you, ”she said.

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Gunther’s trust is worth $ 500 million.

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