Celebrity Cribs: Guess Which Latina Legend Is Renting Her $35 Million Miami Mansion For $75k A Month?! [Photos]

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You’re gonna need mucho dinero to live like this lady

Latina Legend Renting Out Her Miami Mansion For $75,000 A Month

Via Realtor

By now you have probably heard about her guest house rental, but that may not be the only property the pop star is looking to lease out. A mansion identified as Estefan’s “main home“ on Star Island is currently available as a rental at $75,000 a month or for sale at $35 million.

The mansion — a seven-bedroom, six-bathroom Mediterranean palace befitting one of Miami‘s biggest icons — spans more than two acres within the exclusive, guard-gated neighborhood that has become home to some of Miami’s hottest stars and business moguls. Built in 1925, the 9,854-square-foot mansion features Old World touches such as hardwood built-ins, stone floors, vaulted ceilings and rows upon rows of French doors.

Outside, the rental opens to a resort-style setting with beautifully detailed gazebos, entertainment areas, fountains and a pool that stretches out toward the waterline. In addition to the main home, the palatial property includes a pair of detached guest suites, a private dock and 330 feet of waterfront.

In addition to the $75,000 a month rental, she is also looking to lease out her “guest house” property on Star Island. The Grammy Award-winning singer is asking $30,000 a month to rent out the guest house found near her mansion.

The guest-house rental enjoys its own 1.34-acre parcel and offers three bedrooms, three bathrooms and approximately 4,500 square feet of living space. It has an eat-in kitchen, abundant closet space, covered patio areas with water views, and its own private entrance to the guest house-exclusive spa and Jacuzzi.

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