Bee Gees' Robin Gibb Selling His South Miami Mansion for $4.25 Million

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Lets do some real estate Jive Talkin' about the nearly 10,000 square-foot mansion in South Miami where the Bee Gees' Robin Gibb has been Stayin' Alive for the past few years. Boogie Child, You Should Be Dancin' at the thought of seeing the inside of this stunning home. You'll be thinking, "If I Can't Have You" about the pad, it will surely be a Tragedy. The gourmet kitchen will make you feel More Than a Woman, while the seven bedrooms are a perfect place to recover from some Night Fever.

OK, are those enough damn Bee Gees song title puns? Look at picture of the house already.

All photos from Coldwall Banker. 

No word on why Gibb is selling the home, but he was hospitalized last month for abdominal pain, but just last week told the press he was feeling "absolutely great." ​

The home in the Ponce Drive area of unincorporated South Miami features seven bedroom and eight and half baths. 

Ceilings reach as high as 24 feet, and the pool outside is described as "resort quality."

Naturally, the place also feature a state of the art sound system. All of this can be yours for an asking price of $4.25 million. It's a little piece of Too Much Heaven! (Ha! One more pun!)

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