Dwayne Johnson’s Powder Springs property on market for $7.5M

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Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson is selling the Powder Springs estate he bought a couple of years ago for $9.5 million.The 46 acre estate is listed at $7.5 million.For that price, you'll get a 14,791-square-foot mansion with eight bedrooms, a wine cellar and library.There is also a 12 stall stables and riding arena on the property.Johnson and his family don't live on the estate. They rent a property about 20 miles to the east

A couple of years ago, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson shelled out $9.5 million for a 46 acre estate in Powder Springs. Now, the property is back on the market, but for a couple of million less.

The property includes a 14,791-square-foot mansion, a log cabin, an 1867 farmhouse, 12-stall stables, riding arena, private lake and saltwater swimming pool with accompanying cabana. The main house has eight bedrooms, six full bathrooms and three half baths, a walk-in wine cellar, library, gourmet kitchen and a lounge.

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According to Yahoo News, it’s unclear if Johnson ever lived on the property, which he bought just months after his Hawaii wedding to Lauren Hashian.

“Interestingly, despite owning a sprawling estate a reasonable drive to and from Atlanta, where he was shooting multiple movies last year, Johnson chose instead to rent another mansion in the area, perhaps in search of a shorter commute across the city,” Yahoo News wrote. “That rental house was the subject of a series of Instagram posts in September in which Johnson revealed that he had to rip the home’s front gates out of a brick wall after a power outage caused them to stop working.”

According to Realtor.com, the mansion with the now-repaired front gate sits about 20 miles to the east of the Powder Springs estate.

“As for the place he’s renting,” Realtor.com wrote, “it’s an eight-bedroom, 8.5-bathroom Southern Colonial estate, with over 16,000 square feet of living space. When it was last on the market, the listing details touted its ‘recent comprehensive renovation,’ as well as a ‘gorgeous new white kitchen.’”

In 2017, the mansion was available for lease at a price of $25,000 a month.