The worldwide famous actor and filmmaker Tyler Perry just broke the real estate records. His French Provincial–style manor in Atlanta just sold for $17.5 million, breaking all the records in the city for most expensive residential sale. Built in 2008 with careful attention to detail, set on 17 parklike acres along the Chattahoochee River, Perry’s home is only 3.5 miles from the city’s historic Buckhead Village and 15 miles from the Dekalb Peachtree Airport. That’s why The Most Expensive Homes has selected some incredible pictures from the Tyler Perry’s Atlanta stunning mansion specially for you. Take a look!
The approach to the home features an elegant motor court punctuated by a fountain.
The first impression is simply awesome thanks to a glamorous entryway paved with marble leads to a receiving area decorated with Corinthian columns.
The magnificent living room has double-height ceilings and a huge fireplace.
The dining room with a classic style is just amazing.
The kitchen includes coffered ceilings, ornate millwork, and a balcony.
The mansion has also a library with a spiral staircase that leads to both the parlor with leather walls and a fireplace with the wine cellar.
The spacious master suite is lined with windows with a breathtaking overview of the luxurious property.
The luxury home offers a private theater with dramatic vaulted ceilings, a large fitness center, and an underground ballroom.
Besides, this dazzling mansion has also a guest cottage, a tennis court, an oversized infinity pool formal and informal gardens.
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