The 5,318-square-foot home first went on the market in 2019 and then again at the onset of the pandemic.
Gaynor -- best known for disco-era hits "I Will Survive" and "Never Can Say Goodbye" -- is in the process of building another house in Englewood Cliffs, the New York Times reports.
Built in 1988, the stucco, two-story home sits on approximately one acre of land on a cul-de-sac, and has been renovated over the years, according to the outlet.
The home built by award-winning architect Jeffry Beers and features a 2-story foyer, marble flooring, 5 bedrooms, 4.5 bathrooms and a large open floor plan, according to the Zillow listing.
The home also boasts a backyard oasis, several fireplaces and first-floor bedroom suite "fit for a queen," the listing says.
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