Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown’s luxurious former Alpharetta mansion is on the market

It comes at a $1.9 million asking price

What You Need To Know About Whitney Houston

Alpharetta’s 1014 Tullamore Place is a piece of music history. The luxury Georgia mansion was once owned by Whitney Houston, one of the best selling music artists of all time. Now the property where Houston and husband Bobby Brown lived out the end of their marriage is on the market for nearly $2 million.

According to TMZ, Houston purchased the five bedroom, five bathroom and two half bathroom mansion in 2003 for $1.38 million before selling the estate in 2008 at a loss — just days after finalizing her divorce with Brown.

The mansion is a sprawling 7,734 square feet and includes a three-car garage.

“Live the luxury life you dream of in this impeccable all-brick estate home in the prestigious Country Club of the South!” The listing said. “This unique home sits perfectly on a private cul-de-sac lot and features a circular driveway and a dramatic entry with iron doors and a sweeping staircase. The flowing floor plan includes a spacious gentlemen’s library which is fully paneled and is perfect for a working home office. Floor-to-ceiling windows in the living room allow for an abundance of natural light and the oversized dining room provides all the extra space you need for entertaining.”

“Retreat to the terrace level and enjoy the mahogany bar, billiards/game area, bedroom/full bathroom, exercise, and an open media room with a 150″ drop-down screen,” the listing said. “Walk out to the amazing resort-style pool featuring an invisible edge, Pebble Tec, salt water, heated, tanning ledge, diving rocks, and a separate spa. There is plenty of entertaining space with a covered patio off the main pool deck and a lower level for lounging by the linear fireplace. This is a quality home that you do not want to miss!”

Listing by Peggy Connors and Keller Williams Luxury