Late Bee Gees star Robin Gibb left US$148 million ($NZ182m) in his will, according to new reports.
Gibb died in May at the age of 62 after a battle with cancer, and new records show the star amassed a huge fortune during his stellar career as a member of the Bee Gees and as a solo artist.
According to Britain's The Sun, his property portfolio includes a US$24 million family home in Oxfordshire, England, a $4.1 million beach house in Miami, Florida and a London property worth $12.8 million.
The publication reports the estate will be divided between his wife Dwina and his three children.
The star's former housekeeper Claire Yang, who had a daughter with Gibb, was reportedly handed an $8 million settlement before his death.