The millionaire dog Gunther, Maurizio Mian and Madonna’s former villa: shockwave in Miami

The millionaire dog Gunther, Maurizio Mian and Madonna's ex villa in Miami

The world’s richest dog, Gunther VI, is selling his Miami mansion for $32 million. A stunning location, former property of pop star Madonna. No it’s not a bluff, it’s all true!

The pharmacologist friend Maurizio Mian and his Gunther Group, an international trust that takes care of the dog’s assets of about 500 million, have triggered a real media boom with the news of the real estate sale. The news, reported by Forbes, the Washington Post and other major publications, once again puts the spotlight on Gunther and what he represents: the scientific model of happiness.

[Find out here what the Gunther project is along with the first 6 months of co-working with Dr. Mian].

Living these events firsthand, actively developing communication is for me a source of enormous pride, gratitude and determination. An authentic full immersion in the world of Gunther.

Gunther VI sells his Miami mansion for $32 million

The enchanting and majestic Miami estate, previously purchased by star Madonna for $7.5 million, is now for sale for a whopping $32 million by its current owner: German shepherd Gunther VI.

The mansion, acquired by our four-legged friend in 2000, overlooks Biscayne Bay and is just a few miles from Miami Beach and Brickell. A unique 1.2 acre (0.5 hectare) property. Built in 1928, it is located in an ultra-luxury neighborhood, just think that it is located on the same street where Sylvester Stallone lived.

The private residence, with its obvious Mediterranean style, boasts luxurious interiors of an impressive 8,400 square feet with nine bedrooms and nine bathrooms. It is also the only home in the exclusive enclave to feature a dock. An iconic home from which to admire a stunning landscape.

Artfully designed gardens, water features, palm trees, stone pathways and a swimming pool with a deck with Italian charm. A Made in Italy atmosphere that continues even in the majestic rooms inside.

Gunther: a half-billion-dollar German shepherd

A real kingdom for Gunther VI. As evidenced by the portrait in the living room of his ancestor Gunther IV. A lineage of six generations that now goes back 40 years. As I have already had the opportunity to describe in detail in the dedicated article, Gunther is the richest dog in the world, today worth half a billion dollars.

In 1992 he inherited the fortune of the German countess Karlotta Liebenstein. The noble and wealthy owner had no children but loved her animals very much, thus leaving her enormous patrimony to her dog, Gunther III.  A trust that has since grown further through real estate investments and strategic ventures.

The Gunther Group team, in addition to taking the utmost care of the heir dog, decides how to commit his trust. A wealth invested in real estate, publishing, sports teams, discos, scientific research, strategic communications and much more.

Full immersion in the happiness project

Living these moments from the inside, contributing to the creation of strategic communication to make the model known on a global scale. This is one of the main objectives of the project “Total Happiness” that concern me directly, a real scientific formula to achieve happiness understood as the purpose of life. A theoretical and experimental model devoted to psycho-physical well-being, based on the main principles developed by Professor Mian.

The very recent clamor caused by the news of the Villa in Miami is a clear example of the great potential and media-social impact that the project has.

It is a privilege for me to be able to dialogue, study and work alongside Maurizio. I would also like to thank Forbes, The Washington Post and all the newspapers that have given space to the news.

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Stefano Cigana