Disco is back, baby, and you can be a part of the revival by scooping up Gloria Gaynor's New Jersey mansion.
The disco queen who produced top hits “I Will Survive,” “Never Can Say Goodbye'' and “Let Me Know (I Have a Right)” just listed her 8,000-square-foot, five-bedroom estate for $1.249 million. The home is situated in one of the choicest neighborhoods in New Jersey, and the chic and shimmering interior was designed by Gaynor herself.
Some of the mansion’s most noteworthy features include a movie theater, a pool enclosed by a glass atrium, a marble fireplace and marble floors, and in true diva style, a party-room basement. The lawn is impeccably landscaped with lush green fields and trees, which can be enjoyed from the large deck and backyard gazebo.
Each bedroom has its own walk-in closet, which would come in handy for any aspirational rockstars, and the home include four bathrooms and two half-baths, which definitely come in handy when entertaining—something Gaynor did a lot of at this stunning residence.
“I used to have a Fourth of July party, then changed it to a Christmas party, then a birthday party,” she told the New York Times. “Outside, I built a stage in front of the pool and people danced. Inside people watched football on TV, or were shooting pool and listening to the jukebox.”
Gaynor has owned and lived in this glorious estate since 1999. Behind the property sits the Warrenbrook Golf Course, a luxurious 6,372-yard, 18-hole golf course. With a range of possibilities to match Gaynor’s iconic voice, this contemporary mansion has a lot to offer.
Gaynor is a New Jersey native and a two-time Grammy winner. She took home the Best Disco Recording trophy for 1979’s “I Will Survive,” and followed that with a win for Best Roots Gospel Album in 2020 for her LP Testimony.
Her gorgeous property is listed with Lisa Poggi of Douglas Elliman. Learn more about the home and see more pictures via the official listing.