Gloria Gaynor, the songstress who hit pay dirt with her smash 1978 Grammy-winning anthem “I Will Survive” written by Freddie Perren and Dino Fekaris, has put her 5,318-square-foot Green Brook, New Jersey, Jeffrey Beer-designed home on the market for $1.249 million.
Situated in Central New Jersey about an hour by car from Manhattan, the two-story house was built in 1988 and is situated on a plot of land just under one acre. Gaynor bought the home in 1999 with her ex-husband and former manager, Linwood Simon.
The spacious five-bedroom abode has undergone various updates and renovations over the years. It brandishes an enclosed heated pool, a home theater with 12 reclining seats and a selection of closets.
Property taxes will set the new owner back $26,471, annually.
According to the New York Times, Gaynor, who has released 49 singles and 20 albums, including the 2019 gospel album titled Testimony, is “currently building another home in Englewood Cliffs, NJ, that has a more accessible layout and is closer to New York City.”