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Cherishing Heaven’s Wings: Robin Gibb #UK #England

My how amazing it seems that life’s greatest riches are never in the material. In fact, they often come in the forms, in which money can’t buy. What matters the most are things, which do not come with a price tag. That’s for sure! Sometimes, precious angels are called earlier, than what can be anticipated. Oh, how we wish to have more time with them! Yet, sometimes, Heaven needs them more, in order to continue the work, which must be done. Nevertheless, as long as we continue to remember such angels, they will forever be in our hearts and minds! As long as we continue to carry them in our hearts, their names will carry on, forever!
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$12.9 Million Mansion Formerly Owned By Bee Gees’ Robin Gibb For Sale

A Long Island mansion that once belonged to Bee Gees’ Robin Gibb is up for sale, and the stunning home is worth every bit of its exorbitant $12.9 million price tag. In addition to incredible views of the Long Island Sound from nearly every room in the house, there’s also an endless list of amenities after the previous owner spent $7 million refurbishing the estate.
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Lloyd Harbor, NYNew York Post

Oyster Bay mansion of Bee Gees star Robin Gibb asks $12.9M

It’s free to whistle the disco melody of any Bee Gees track — but when it comes to buying the home of a former group member, it costs lots more than just a song. On Long Island, a seven-bedroom spread that once belonged to Robin Gibb can be yours for $12.9 million, the listing brokerage told The Post.
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Architectural Digest

Bee Gees Singer Robin Gibb’s Former Estate Lists for $12.9 Million

A Long Island property with a unique history is currently on the market for $12.9 million. The 6.8-acre estate previously belonged to the late Bee Gees singer Robin Gibbs, and before that it sometimes played host to none other than Albert Einstein. Businessman Arthur H. Fleming had the house built in 1926 as a wedding gift for his daughter Marjorie; Fleming and Einstein were good friends.