The world's richest dog is selling Madonna's ex villa

Living in palace-like villas, enjoying food worthy of a king, driving limousines, visiting auctions and sleeping in a room that once belonged to Madonna, is the everyday life of the richest dog in the world…

We have just described the life of Gunther VI, a German shepherd and heir to the money fund of his late owner. This dog is a prince in the true sense of the word, who inherited his money, more precisely 500 million dollars, from his grandfather, Gunther IV. According to News Week, a team of people caring for him are helping him really enjoy his lavish life.

From flying a private plane to destinations such as Milan or the Bahamas, to enjoying real delicacies like the finest meat and caviar, this pooch has everything it could want. He even bought a rare white truffle for $ 1.1 million at auction. Apparently, Gunther VI will soon increase his fortune by almost thirty-two million, because he wants to sell his property in Miami, which once belonged to Madonna.

The ultra-private gated residence is located on a property measuring about 5,100 square meters, with 30 meters of private beach. The prestigious home was built in 1928 and has gone through several renovation processes, and now it looks really fantastic. From impressive Mediterranean-style architecture and magnificent interiors to impeccable views of Biscayne Bay, this property will offer you everything you could want at an affordable price. 840 square meters of interior are divided between nine bedrooms and eight and a half bathrooms. Gunther's home is especially special, as it is one of six located in an ultra-luxury enclave, being the only one with its own private dock.

Mediterranean interiors will charm you when you step inside, while numerous landscaped lawns and water features, tall palm trees, concrete paths and beautiful pools will enchant you when you spend time outdoors.

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