Tyler Perry’s former Buckhead estate recently sold for a staggering $15 million.
The sale happened during the pandemic — a time that has resulted in historic unemployment levels and economic upheaval.
The mansion sits on 17 acres and is nearly 35,000 square feet. And while it’s a notable sale in the Atlanta market, it’s far from the only million dollar property in the city.
Want to see what else is out there? Here are 5 Atlanta homes priced at $1 million or more.
3924 The Highlands NW, Atlanta
Asking Price: $2,490,000
At more than 10,000 square feet, this property has five bedrooms and seven full bathrooms. It’s billed as “a touch of Europe in Atlanta.” It’s complete with a “terrace level with gym, media room, family room with huge antique bar and game room.”
2660 Peachtree Rd NW, Atlanta
Asking Price: $1,920,000
Located in the prestigious Park Place on Peachtree high-rise building. The unit is just more than 4,200 square feet and features sweeping views. The building comes with amenities such as valet, concierge, guest suites and a fitness center.
1173 Villa Dr NE, Atlanta
Asking Price: $1,295,000
Located between Morningside and Druid Hills, this property has been completely renovated. It features a new roof, new driveway and new HVAC.
4072 N Ivy Rd NE, Atlanta
Asking Price: $1,599,900
This new build is 6,500 square feet with six bedrooms and six full bathrooms. The home has a wide-arch front entrance with french doors. It has an open floor plan and hardwood floors throughout.
230 Peachtree Circle NE, Atlanta
Asking Price: $3,800,000
Located in Ansley Park, the home is more than 6,200 square feet. It’s complete with a backyard pool and a balcony with city views.
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