Millionaire Dog Selling Miami Mansion Once Owned By Madonna For Nearly $32 Million

The richest dog in the world is selling his Miami estate for nearly $32-million.
The German shepherd named Gunther VI is worth close to half-a-billion dollars and inherited the mansion and grounds on Biscayne Bay from his grandfather, Gunther IV, who bought it from Madonna more than 20 years ago. Woof.

The private estate sits on a 51,000-sq.ft lot with 100 feet of water frontage featuring lush landscaping, breathtaking open bay and city views, and a dock to soak in the South Florida sunshine. Spanning 8,400-sq.ft, it has 9 bedrooms and 8.5 bathrooms.

The Tuscan-style villa with views of Biscayne Bay went on sale Wednesday for $31.75 million, quite a markup from the purchase two decades ago from the pop star for $7.5 million.

German Shepherd Gunther VI sits on a lavish round, red velvet bed overlooking Biscayne Bay in the house formally owned by pop star Madonna, Monday, Nov. 15, 2021, in Miami. (AP Photo/Lynne Sladky)

Gunther the Fourth came into a trust now valued at nearly $500-million when the late German countess Karlotta Liebenstein died in 1992.

“He lives in Madonna’s former master bedroom,” said real estate agent Ruthie Assouline who nabbed the listing with her husband Ethan for the 1.2-acre property in a row of a half-dozen waterfront homes next to a public county park and on the same street where Sylvester Stallone once lived on Brickell Avenue.

Gunther’s human handlers have invested his fortune in mansions and villas, publishing, sports teams, and nightclubs all around the world.