Price dropped another $100,000 as Olivia Newton-John looks for buyer
It has been about 10 months since their contractor committed suicide in the Jupiter Inlet Colony home. Last August, the property was listed at $6.2 million and Rosie O’Donnell was all set to purchase the intracoastal home on the southern tip of the island. All was looking good until the unfortunate incident on August 19th of last year.
Since then Rosie canceled her purchase contract and bought a home in the Sarasota area. Olivia Newton-John has done everything from reportedly bringing in an exorcist to “cleanse” the house to lowering the price to attract another buyer. I don’t know about the exorcism but I do know overnight she lowered the list price on the home another $100,000 to $5.6 million. It has been the third price cut since the suicide and the first movement in price in about 6 months.
Olivia Newton-John and her husband John Easterling purchased the home in May of 2009 for $4.1 million and reportedly have spent over $2 million on the complete renovation. Not sure how much the exorcism cost but the house is absolutely stunning with some of the best views of the Jupiter Lighthouse from any backyard in town.
As you know, we here at Paradise Sharks truly believe in bringing value to our customer’s and we would really love to assist Olivia Newton-John put this chapter behind her so we are pleased to announce our one time only “Let’s Help Olivia Newton-John Splash Special”. For anyone who contacts me that has not yet been directly exposed to the property by another broker and purchases the home through Paradise Sharks we will save you some big time money. The advertised commission is 2.5% and we will credit every penny of any earned commission however the buyer would like at closing. At today’s new list price that is $140,000. They can put the money towards the purchase, donate the money to their favorite charity or better yet put it in trust for the children of the contractor who ended his life at the property.
Here at Paradise Sharks we always want to help so give us a call.