Furnishings include pieces by Roberto Cavalli and Christopher Guy
This 2010 custom estate on Blackland Road in Tuxedo Park has a history of celebrity intrigue and offers a true intown escape—and in a rare move for Atlanta, its top-shelf furnishings come with.
With seven bedrooms and 13 bathrooms in 15,200 square feet, this palatial home includes a two-level living room, home theater, fitness center, sauna, and wine cellar. Throughout, design details range from wide-plank walnut flooring and mahogany doors and windows to 11-foot ceilings.
It’s a stylish blend, overall, of contemporary and classic, with a museum’s worth of fine art.
Inside the master bathroom, for example, potential homeowners could enjoy heated floors, a steam shower, and a private door to the study (who doesn’t want that?)
Some furnishings included with the sale hail from such designer collections as Roberto Cavalli and Christopher Guy. It’s not clear if that Storm Trooper helmet or the wine collection also come with, but they’d be strong bonuses.
Outside, entertaining will be a breeze thanks to the covered outdoor Viking kitchen, seating area, and fireplace, not to mention the swimming pool, spa, and large terrace.
According to listing agent Debra Johnston of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Georgia Properties, the current owner, who purchased the home for $7.15 million in 2017, loves it but travels extensively, and the space is more than needed right now, thus the desire to sell.
Johnston wouldn’t disclose who the seller is, and it’s listed under an LLC in property records.
If it all looks familiar, this property made headlines when it was coveted a few years ago by Justin Bieber, as he scoured Atlanta for a home from which to launch his post-teens comeback. (The Biebs ultimately rented Dallas Austin’s futuristic pad in Sandy Springs.)
This time around, the owner has listed the home for $9 million—notably less than when it was first posted for sale in January 2018 for $12.5 million.
In February 2018, it was listed again, first for $10.5 and then for $9.5 million. It was removed in August 2018 and took a one-year hiatus before reappearing on the market once more.
It’s unknown if those previous listings included a furnished home, so perhaps this could be the right incentive to land a solid big-bucks offer.