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Jamie Foxx, Terrell Owens, and R. Kelly all once lived in this ‘entertainers dream,’ now priced at $2M

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Share the same DeKalb County living space (and multiple recording studios) formerly occupied by stars

Brick mansion with white columns and green lawn.
Living large in Lithonia.
Remax Grand South 

The listing for this six-bedroom, 10-bathroom mansion in DeKalb County starts off stating the home’s “unbelievable list of amenities”—things like a fireplace in the master bedroom, a kitchen that opens into the sunroom, and a stone patio overlooking the swimming pool and hot tub.

But come on!

The real amenities here go far beyond such routine features. Consider recording an album in not one, but two onsite recording studios.

Or catch the latest blockbuster in, yes, two theaters. How about a little one-on-one or a game of H-O-R-S-E on the NBA regulation-size basketball court?

It’s probably what helped convince NFL star Terrell Owens, Jamie Foxx, and R. Kelly to once live here in Lithonia (presumably not all at once), per the AJC.

For those who want to relax, check out the full spa, or head to the cabana and white sand beach along the lakefront. Or slip down to the on-site, uh, lounge.

According to the listing, the property is easily worth far more than the asking price of $1.99 million. Construction costs were more than $4 million with almost another $1 million in recent renovations, per sellers.

Built in 2001, this DeKalb palace counts more than 9,100 square feet. In addition, it sits on nearly five acres at the end of a cul-de-sac.

Plus, the seller—the owner of famed Atlanta strip club Magic City, per the AJC—is willing to sell the home completely furnished.

Just think of how cool it’ll look for friends and family to lounge on that sofa around the grand piano or spend the night in one of the bedrooms with two king beds, each likely with an interesting history.

Yes, buyers with the cash can certainly live the celeb life in this home, even if they aren’t one.