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The Bee Gees Robin Gibb Mansion!

In the 1960s and ‘70, the Bee Gees were rock ‘n’ roll royalty. Three brothers: Barry, Maurice, and Robin Gibb even rivaled the Beatles for a few years for record sales and popularity. The Long Island waterfront home where Robin lived in the 1970s and ‘80s is for sale. On almost seven acres, it was built in 1926 and named “Kenjockety,” which is Native American for “Far from Noise.” Robin’s former home is priced at $12.9 million.

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