Atlanta recording artist Young Thug is moving on from a massive Buckhead dwelling he once enthused was his first home purchase.
The gated Roxboro Road mansion near Lenox Square—billed as an “entertainer’s delight” and “former celebrity home”—hit the market recently for a few bucks shy of $3 million.
Property records indicate the home last sold for $2.75 million in September 2016 to YSL Enterprises Inc.—the same month Young Thug’s Instagram account declared, “Bought my first house” alongside a photo of the indoor pool.
But Young Thug—aka 27-year-old Jeffery Lamar Williams—encountered legal turbulence last year when Heritage Select Homes filed a lawsuit claiming he owed $2.2 million in house payments, according to the AJC.
Records show that Heritage had sold the home in 2016.
Beyond the enormous, marble-clad solarium with an indoor pool and hot tub, the 11,000-square-foot party palace counts several decks, a four-car garage, huge master suite that overlooks the pool area, and a “secret hidden room” that is, of course, not pictured. A camera surveillance system is “everywhere,” per the listing.
The property was built in 2000 and thoroughly renovated a couple of years ago.
At the current asking price, a monthly mortgage payment would be in the ballpark of $12,000, per Zillow.
An open house is scheduled Saturday from 1 to 4 p.m.
Previously, the rapper rented a million-dollar, modern-style townhome near Piedmont Park in Midtown, its former owner told Curbed Atlanta.
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