Last summer, a report from Homes.com found that the most expensive street in the city runs through Atlanta’s prestigious Tuxedo Park neighborhood.
So it only makes sense that some of the most expensive homes sold in the city in 2019 were concentrated in and around Tuxedo Park and North Buckhead.
From Cardi B and Offset’s newly purchased mansion to a Paces Ferry penthouse, here’s a look at some of the most expensive homes sold in Atlanta in 2019, according to real estate company Estately.
And, if you’re in the market for a massive purchase, here’s one home that didn’t sell in 2019: Tyler Perry’s former mansion.
The property at 4110 Paces Ferry Road remains on the market for $21 million.
88 W Paces Ferry Road Unit 2630
Price: $14 million
Sold on Dec. 13
Featuring five bedrooms and 6.5 bathrooms, the property sits atop the at the St. Regis Atlanta.
4270 Harris Trail NW
Sold on May 2
According to Curbed Atlanta, this 12,035-square-foot mansion sits on 10 acres in Atlanta’s Mount Paran neighborhood.
2100 W Wesley Road
Price: $8.3 million
Sold on July 30
Although photos of the property are limited, it sits on 15 acres in Buckhead, according to Estately. There is already a three-story Tuscan-style guest house on the multimillion dollar property, but there is space for a main home to be built, according to the listing.
3800 Northside Drive
Price: $8 million
Sold on June 21
According to Curbed, this massive property was purchased by Lonnie Cooper of Career Sports & Entertaiment Inc. It features six bedrooms and nine bathrooms on 3.5 acres along one of the city’s most exclusive streets.
2790 Habersham Rd NW
Price: $7.6 million
Sold on April 5
The home was built in 2003 and has seven bedrooms and 8.5 bathrooms. There’s also a swimming pool, three-car garage and carriage house.
And as a bonus, of course, there is the home of some of Atlanta’s most famous new homeowners. Recording artists Cardi B and Offset announced on Christmas Eve that they closed on a 22,000-square-foot mansion near Chastain Park, which reportedly cost nearly $5.8 million.
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