After a year of languishing, Kenny Rogers' Sandy Springs mansion was quietly yanked from the market a few weeks ago. Despite a $950,000 price reduction back in October, the 15,507-square-foot — an extra 4,000 square feet have magically appeared since the home was listed — estate failed to sell for the final ask of $3.75 million. With six bedrooms, 10 bathrooms and more high-end amenities than Rogers has Country Music Awards, it's somewhat surprising that the home didn't sell. Then again, Rogers purchased the palace three years ago for just $1.5 million (ostensibly before many gilded additions). Despite the star power behind the home's marketing efforts, it's no dice for The Gambler. Maybe he's trying to tell everyone, "Make no mistake, she's mine." Or maybe he just knows when to hold 'em.
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