​Rosie O’Donnell Sells Miami Mansion, Moves To New York

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March 31, 2012

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Television host Rosie O’Donnell is moving from Miami to New York and has sold her South Florida mansion near the beach for $19.5 million. The lavish home was sold on the same day as her final episode on Opera’s OWN network. The has six bedrooms and five baths, plus there are two separate guest homes at the residence.

Rosie O’Donnell purchased the 11,000-square-foot waterfront home on 1.11 acres of land for $6.75 million back in 1999, when she and ex-wife (then partner) Kelli Carpenter had yet to welcome their fourth child.

Built in 1923, the house has since been completely restored with a modern kitchin, new fireplaces and a master suite with a private office and terrace. There’s a pool on the grounds, as well as a dock and 203 feet of water access.

When the Chicago-based Rosie Show was canceled after one season, O’Donnell, who’s now engaged to Michelle Rounds, said that she would be moving back to New York full-time.

“Me opening some wine–a toast 2 the final show tonight–thanks all,” she tweeted this afternoon.

The home is situated on a 48,266 plot of land with 203 linear foot of a southeast-facing waterfront view.