The last living Bee Gee, Barry Gibbs owns this 16,341 square feet Miami Beach home. The famous singer, songwriter, musician, and record producer lives in this gorgeous mansion. Born in England, the disco legend must be enjoying the sunny Florida weather in his twilight years.
Known for smash hits like Staying Alive, More than a Woman, How Deep is Your Love, and their Saturday Night Fever soundtrack, the Bee Gee’s were one of the most influential acts of their time. With impressive vocal harmony and dance able song structures they’ve entertained audiences with a classic sound that captivated a generation. From 1958 on, they made themselves, and remade themselves, and remained one of the most relevant acts in the pop music genre for decades.
With Andy passing away in 1988, Robin in 2012, Barry is the only surviving member of the smash hit Bee Gees. Still cruising at 72 years-of-age, Barry doesn’t seem to be slowing down anytime soon. Known for his dynamic vocal range, he offers that signature falsetto which helped catapult the Bee Gees into international stardom. Boasting an impressive career spanning over sixty years, Gibbs is a member of the Songwriter Hall of Fame, The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and even earned an honored British title, as Commander of the Order of the British Empire.
Barry Gibb reportedly purchased this 16,341-square-foot mansion in Miami Beach for only $1,587,313 in 1981. Located in the La Gorce Country Club, the home has nine bedrooms, ten bathrooms, and three half bathrooms, with amenities like a basketball court, and a tennis court. As of February 2019 there are 39 properties for sale in La Gorce Country Club. where the home is built. so if you’ve got a few million to spare and want to live near the famous singer, consider making the investment.
Gibbs, one of the premier faces of disco has earned a net worth of over $90 Million.
By tlp333 @ 2006-05-07 15:11:34