David Bowie’s Former Carribean Mansion Listed for $20M

Published: January 19, 2016 | By: American Luxury Staff

The former Caribbean getaway of the late, great David Bowie on the island of Mustique is up for sale for $20 million, though it already appears to be under offer.

The 1989-built villa is situated on a three-mile by one-and-a-half-mile outcrop that Bowie literally stumbled upon when he was visiting Mick Jagger and Jerry Hall on what the pop-icon called “Fantasy Island.”

The five-bedroom, Indonesian-themed home features a card room decorated with mussel shells, a stage for musical performances, outdoor dining areas, a pool, a look-out bar, and a studio with a bamboo ceiling that Bowie used.

After using the private mansion in the 90s, Bowie sold the property to millionaire British publisher Felix Dennis for $5 million. The latter passed away in 2014. Other famous Mustique owners include Mick Jagger and former Top Gear host Jeremy Clarkson.

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