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18 July 2012, 08:26
The 'You & I' star's new home is rumoured to feature both a palace and a church on its grounds.
Lady Gaga has reportedly started work on building her own seaside palace that is expected to set her back at least £10 million.
The 'Born This Way' singer is said to have started development on a brand new luxury property on the Greek island of Crete on a plot of land she purchased there last year.
"It's going to be absolutely phenomenal when she's finished with it," a source told the Daily Star this week. "She's planning to have a palace and a church on the land.
"It's right on the water and appears to be floating, so anyone wanting a gander will only be able to see it if they go by boat," they revealed. "Besides the palace and church, the project will also include a tennis court and two pools."
The palatial property will be built to appear if it is actually floating on the sea, with easy access only by boat, is expected to cost at least £10 million for the initial development with further costs likely to mount up as the project continues.
View a picture of Lady Gaga in Sydney on the previous leg of her 'Born This Way Ball' world tour below (Credit: PA):
Lady Gaga is currently in Chicago where she attended Pitchfork Festival yesterday (17th July) before being pictured doing a spot of grocery shopping during her stay in the US city.
The 'Marry The Night' singer is due to continue her 'Born This Way Ball' next month when she kicks off the next leg of her current world tour in Europe.