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Hip-hop stars Cardi B and Offset score $5.8M Atlanta mansion for Christmas

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And yes, the enormous spread near Buckhead’s Chastain Park has its own gun range

An exterior view of the massive mansion, with white columns out front.
The musicians spared few expenses on their new ITP palace.
Images: Drone Media Solutions, via Dorsey Alston Realtors

Hip-hop sensation Cardi B and her husband Offset, of Atlanta rap trio Migos, just dropped fat stacks for a swanky new home near Chastain Park this past Christmas.

Listed by Dorsey Alston Realtors for $5.79 million—it’s unclear what the couple actually paid for the place—the 22,000-square-foot Sandy Springs mansion comes with just about everything one might need to shoot an extravagant music video.

Inside the circa-2006 colossus at 795 Highcourt Road, just north of Buckhead, you’ll find five bedrooms, seven bathrooms, four half-baths, and a gun range.

Yes, a gun range, decked out with steel walls, according to TMZ.

The European-style construction lords over nearly six acres, replete with a pool, sprawling lawns, and a private garden.

There’s also a four-car garage and, of course, an 1,800-bottle wine cellar.

The property had been listed for as much as $9.9 million in the spring of 2017—and previously offered as a $35,000-per-month rental, listing records show.

Have a gander.

A view of the four-car garage at dusk. At left, a fountain flanks the driveway.
View of the four-car garage and grand drive.
A view of the backyard shows the large infinity pool beneath the house’s many windows, lit from inside.
The infinity pool and rear grounds.
Another view from the backyard peers up at the house from the garden. A deep blue night sky hangs in the background.
The property’s lighting and a fire pit.
A winding, ornate staircase features black metal handrail topped by a wooden banister.
The grand foyer.
Large white columns run through the foyer, tall, arched doorways in front of them.
A theme of arches is consistent throughout.
A dining room features a large, cylindrical chandelier, off-white furniture, and large windows.
A dining space (with columns, of course).
Thirty-foot ceilings and nearly floor-to-ceiling windows offer plenty of natural light in the living room.
Balconies over a living room.
Another living area has a fireplace beneath some artwork. More arches separate the space from a kitchen.
Fireside lounging off a kitchen.
A massive wine cellar houses a small table and chairs for tastings.
Where even the wine cellar is palatial.
A daytime shot of the front of the house shows its off-white coloring and prominent entryway columns.
Daylight view of the exterior and grounds.