A villa owned by Madonna is for sale. Seller: Dog

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Ahuza went on sale at the Miami Multiple Listing Service two days ago (Thursday) at a asking price of $ 31.75 million. The 51,000-square-foot property includes a number of units: An 8,000-square-foot main home of 9 bedrooms and 9 bathrooms.

Madonna sold this home to its current owner in 2000 for $ 7.5 million. The house is located at 3029 Brickell Ave, Miami, Fl 33129. Usually US economic sites do not publish addresses in real estate articles because they are trying to respect the seller’s privacy. This case is a bit different. The owner of this house is not a person. The seller of the estate In Miami worth $ 31.75 million … he is a German Shepherd dog.

A German shepherd named Gunther. Technically Gunther VI. Like “Gunther VI.” And believe it or not, this estate represents only part of Gunther’s net worth. Gunther VI is reportedly worth half a billion dollars. If this story seems too weird to be true, in the last 24 hours it has been repeated by networks including NPR, People, Tampa Bay Times, CBS Miami and TMZ.

Another report surfaced online a few years ago according to the website Yahoo Finance and another one from the LA Times in 1999 that aligns with the facts. The seemingly basic facts: Gunther VI is the great dog of Gunther III. Gunther III was a beloved companion of a wealthy German countess named Carlotta Liebenstein.

According to an article from the LA Times in 1999, in the early 1990s Gunther III was both Leibenstein’s beloved partner and also an actor in a popular German disco dance troupe. This is not a joke. When Carlotta died in 1992, Gunther III inherited the entire Countess’ estate. Under the terms of her will, the money will be passed on continuously to Gunther’s descendants and blood relatives. So in 1999, Gunther IV inherited what was then a $ 200 million fortune.

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