Maddie Ziegler & Family Move Up to Million-Dollar Home
The new home has everything the tween dance sensation could ever need (we think).
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Maddie Ziegler’s young career clearly is paying off. The 12-year old “Dance Moms” regular (and Sia music-video star) and her mother/manager Melissa Gisoni recently moved from their modest Murrysville home to a much larger, million-dollar custom-built abode.
According to TMZ, the family traded up from four bedrooms, 2,500 square feet to a new 7,000-square-foot pad that includes a dance studio in the basement, pool and a closet for Maddie’s shoes.
Their former home sold at the full $279,000 asking price just six hours after it went on the market.
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Melissa tells TMZ the family simply outgrew their old home.
Ziegler, who was an unknown 8-year-old before she decided to join Lifetime's dance reality show, "Dance Moms," has gained a huge following, with millions of fans across the world.
As of late, the young dancer has starred in three of Sia's music videos — for "Chandelier," "Big Girls Cry" and "Elastic Heart."
The tween and her 10-year-old sister, Mackenzie, also a regular on “Dance Moms,” have their own fashion line, The Maddie & Mackenzie Collection, through Mod Angel, an online boutique for teens. Maddie has modeled for various other lines.