Joe Johnson spurned the Hawks and opted to sign with the Miami Heat after he was released by Brooklyn earlier this season. It wasn't for a lack of finding a place to stay.
The Hawks paid Johnson more than $95 million over seven seasons in Atlanta. He was traded to Brooklyn in 2012, and put his seven-bedroom, nine-bathroom mansion in Northwest Atlanta on the market for $4.7 million.
For nearly four years, the nearly 14,000-square-foot home has remained on the market without a drop in price, according to Curbed.
The home, built in 2000, mixes contemporary and classic features.
Johnson purchased the sprawling property between Sandy Springs and Buckhead in 2005 for $3.8 million.
It includes a sauna and a custom barbershop/salon space:
Among the home's large bedrooms is a large first floor master suite with a sparkling spa bath with heated floors.
The home's gaming room leads out to an infinity pool overlooking the nearly 2-acre lot.
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