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Willy Chirino's Miami House Looks Strangely Like A Ski Lodge (PHOTOS)

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Willy Chirino celebrates backstage after he won the award for best salsa/merengue album for
Willy Chirino celebrates backstage after he won the award for best salsa/merengue album for "Son Del Alma" at the 48th Annual Grammy Awards on Wednesday, Feb. 8, 2006, at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Reed Saxon) LICENSE

Cuba-born singer Willy Chirino, whose 2006 “Son del Alma” won a Grammy for Best Salsa/Merengue Album, is selling his Miami mansion for $5.75 million.

And although the listing describes the Bay Point home as a "residence with Tahitian design," all its stone and woodwork make it look more like a ski lodge than an island villa.

Chirino bought the 6-bed, 5.5-bath house for $795,000 in 1992, according to county records.

It features mahogany floors, polished marble, lots of stone walls, cathedral ceilings throughout, and carved wood.

Situated on Biscayne Bay, the home has an in-home recording studio, a casita by the pool, and a hot tub.

Click below for a look inside Chirino's ski lodge-esque Miami home:

Willy Chirino's Miami 'Ski Lodge'
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