A Mediterranean-style mansion on La Gorce Island in Miami Beach, Fla. that Cher once owned has come on the market for $14,900,000. [gallery] The Miami Herald on April 23 broke the story of the listing of the waterfront mansion at 64 La Gorce Circle in Miami Beach, which in recent years has been rented out to Julio Iglesias and Janet Jackson. Then, the Los Angeles Times’ “Hot Property” columnist Ann Brenoff wrote earlier this week about the listing. Cher had owned the mansion from 1993 until selling it in 1996 for $4,350,000 to Calvin Klein co-founder Barry Schwartz, according to public records. Now, the house’s current owner, a developer, has placed the mansion on the market. Built in 1953, the mansion has six bedrooms, seven baths, a two-car garage, and 158 feet of waterfront frontage, all on a 0.68-acre property, according to public records and listing information. The house measures 10,296 square feet, according to public records, or 11,460 square feet, according to listing information. Other features include large arched keystone pillars, an inner courtyard, high walls, double wooden doors, a two-story living room with rosette windows, keystone columns, and a gourmet kitchen with double SubZero stainless steel refrigerators, a Traulsen wine cooler, a large white marble island and a Wolf gas stove, according to listing information. Other features include an oversized master suite with a fireplace, a third-story living room, impact windows and doors throughout, a cabana with a gym and a full bath and a new pool and spa, according to listing information. Plenty of other celebrities also have lived on La Gorce Island over the years. They include: --Billy Joel, whose Robert Burns LLC company paid $13,500,000 in February 2006 for the 7,722-square-foot house on a 0.70-acre property at 82 La Gorce Circle, according to public records; --Shakira, whose Pinetree Lane LLC company in March 2005 sold a house at 6650 Pinetree Lane on La Gorce Island for $1,800,000, according to public records; --And the late Bee Gee Maurice Gibb, who in August 2002 (shortly before his death) paid $7,000,000 (according to public records) or $7,210,000 (according to news accounts) for the 13,447-square-foot mansion on a 1.23-acre, triple lot at 30 La Gorce Circle, according to public records. Check out an online listing sheet for the house – complete with photos – here.