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End of Year Cherities

Buy a Cher House for a Loved One

Cherhawaii1 Is someone on your Christmas list oh-so-hard to shop for?

Well, you are in luck because Cher is selling her Hawaii Island House: http://www.cherworld.com/news/?p=909

"Cher Didn't Sleep Here" was a popular theme in reports of this sales event:

"After building a house on Hawaii’s Big Island but never living in it, Cher is auctioning off the property."

Uh, people...isn't this like the umpteenth house Cher has remodeled and sold for shoe-money?

Concierge Auctions, which is marketing the property located at the Four Seasons’ Hualalai resort, anticipates bids between $8 million and $12 million. There’s no minimum bid, but there’s an unpublished reserve price that must be met. The singer bought the 0.76-acre property in December 2004 for $2.9 million and began building the house last year. A gated courtyard leads to the main house, which comes with an infinity pool overlooking the fourth hole of the Ke’olu Golf Course.

The main house is flanked by four one-bedroom bungalows and a detached media room. The property will be auctioned on Jan. 18. The resort, on the Big Island’s northwest coast, counts brokerage pioneer Charles Schwab and computer mogul Michael Dell among its residents.


Ooh. Who wouldn't want to live next to Charles Schwab? Good times.

At least with Michael Dell you might get a free laptop with your annual Christmas fruitcake.

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