Atlanta Celebrity Homes
How Atlanta's music moguls, sports hotshots, and stars of big and small screens are living large across the metro.
The late crooner and longtime Georgian knew when to hold ’em and when to fold ’em, you might say.
Seller Tim Jennings won a Super Bowl with the Indianapolis Colts and shined with the Chicago Bears.
And yes, the enormous spread near Buckhead’s Chastain Park has its own gun range.
Rapper Rick Ross scooped the metro Atlanta mansion from foreclosure five years ago.
The City of Milton told Brian Littrell he can’t have it that way.
The legendary crooner poured big bucks into this over-the-top 1990s estate.
Two-story condo near Beltline claims almost 5,000 square feet, four parking spaces.
Stone-built Sandy Springs dwelling was most recently listed for $2.9M.
Latest price reflects discount for a property the Pittsburgh Steeler, Georgia Bulldog has struggled to offload.
Star of The Gifted partnered with interior designers Decorist (and shopped Bed Bath & Beyond) to soften the industrial space.
Home billed as "entertainer’s delight" near Lenox Square has 11 bathrooms, enormous solarium.
Even with "breathtaking views," this high-rise Buckhead pad continues a bumpy ride on the market
A "storied Atlanta landmark," this 1940 house combines modern updates with some classic architectural features.
1980s compound with contemporary Euro flair wants Buckhead buyers with visions of love to feel emotions.
Some had called the Howell Mill Road attraction "the Eiffel Tower of Atlanta."
A recent $1 million price cut has yet to attract buyers to this expansive, ornately decorated estate.
The actor-director-producer set records when he sold the Buckhead mansion for $17.5M in 2016.
With three homes, plenty of acreage, and waterfront access, this is quite the secluded compound.
Harkening California, this airy Mount Paran contemporary of nearly 6,000 square feet was once the home of lauded conductor Robert Shaw.
Listed for sale this past summer, four-bedroom mansion has been reduced to just under $1.2 million.
Reminiscent of an 18th-Century Pennsylvania farmhouse, stone estate encompasses 11K square feet.
Share the same DeKalb County living space (and multiple recording studios) formerly occupied by stars.
With French Provincial styling, the 4,500-square-foot property has a lot going on inside.
Today is likely your last chance to catch a glimpse of the property used to promote Pretty Girls Like Trap Music album.
Pro footballer is selling his Acworth estate with country-singer wife Jessie James for about $1.5 million.
After successful seasons in Los Angeles, HGTV is spinning off the popular renovation show to four new cities, including Atlanta.
Akon is no stranger to Atlanta real estate. On the heels of selling his Sandy Springs estate, the artist is back to market with an Alpharetta mansion. Featuring all-white everything, the home is basically Elsa’s fantasy.
Just a month after Porsha Williams bought a manse in Duluth, Phaedra Parks has one-upped her co-star and purchased a home that’s actually in Atlanta. With more than 9,000 square feet and a sprawling lawn, you can bet there will be parties — and plenty of drama — at the new place.
Porsha Williams, a star on Real Housewives of Atlanta, snapped up a nearly 6,000-square-foot home in September for $1.15 million. While some co-stars have gone gaudy when it comes to houses, this one is surprisingly classy.
In July 2016, the property was just about to go to auction, when somebody snatched it up, according to Mark Woodling, vice president and auctioneer of United Strategic Client Services. Now, it's going back to the block with a starting bid of $3.9M.
The nearly 100-year-old home has a rear sun porch overlooking the backyard with a wall of french doors, large master suite with walk-in closet upstairs, and master bath with separate tub and shower illuminated by skylight.
Recently remodeled, this 10-bathroom, tri-level palace of gaud is chockfull of marble, swirly railings, indoor palms, and massive chandeliers that would befit the lifestyle of a 25-year-old recording-industry sensation.
Fictional Police Chief Bill Gillespie’s house is a two-story dwelling with five bedrooms, three bathrooms and original depression glass windows in the front parlors as well as the kitchen. The 4,452 square foot home also has a gorgeous backyard.
Inside: Sprawling rec room, bar, wine cellar, home movie theater, memorabilia showcases, and a large backyard pool with spa (and a basketball hoop beside it). Oh, and a "car wash shower for both to enjoy." That's TMI, listing agent.
Located in Brookhaven and built in 2006, the three-story house has six bedrooms, six bathrooms, and 6,300 square feet of space, including a pretty sweet-looking music studio, though it's doubtful the equipment comes with the sale.
Originally purchased in 1983, Rogers built the massive estate near Athens to include a 12,000-square-foot mansion, five guesthouses, two clubhouses, an equestrian arena with 44 stalls, two swimming pools, and an 18-hole golf course.
The home has a ballroom, several dining areas, wine cellars, cigar room, screening room, two gyms, a 20-person steam room, tanning and hair salons, a massage room, game rooms, and numerous fireplaces. It's been the film set for several movies.
Featuring an elevator, three bedrooms, three bathrooms, and two half bathrooms, the abode also has high-end kitchen appliances. The master bedroom suite has its own spa bath and "deluxe tub for two." It's listed currently at $825,000.
Included on the sprawling property: pools, gardens, and walking trails throughout the forest. And, when Coca-Cola heir Conky Whitehead built the place, apparently he wanted privacy, as evidenced by the 10-foot walls surrounding the grounds.