Sell is the word for "Grease" star Olivia Newton-John.
The 64-year-old, who played Sandy to John Travolta's Danny Zuko in the 1978 movie, has put her Florida estate on the market for $6.2 million, according to real estate website Redfin.
The actress and her hubby of five years, John Easterling, 54, are selling their mansion in Jupiter, Florida, located on the southern tip of Jupiter Island in the Atlantic Ocean. Celine Dion, Tiger Woods, and Michael Jordan are just a few of the other stars who have called Jupiter home.
Built in 2007, the 6,383-square-foot abode features 4 bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms, and comes with hurricane-impact rated glass and doors throughout, which is key when you live in a hurricane hot spot like Florida.
Other perks include driftwood cabinets, coral stone flooring, and lush tropical landscaping, which when combined with the surrounding water make it the perfect home base for an afternoon of boating or snorkeling.
Those who prefer to stay inside on a humid Florida day will find plenty to entertain themselves with. There's a Lutron sound, video, shade, and lighting system, along with a media room, Jandy controlled heating and energy-efficient air conditioning, a Life Source Water Purification system, and — environmentalists will love this — an irrigation system that harvests rain water.
The master suite is impressive — even by celebrity standards — featuring a bar and sitting area, walk-in closets, a pop-up TV, and a spacious deck and spiral staircase. Outside you'll find a European Edge lagoon and spa, a boat deck, and, of course, a beach.
Newton-John, who rarely appears onscreen nowadays, bought the house for $4.1 million in June 2009, then invested $2 million in renovations.
After the upgrades, it looks better than "Greased Lightning"!
Take a peek inside the place: