Joe Johnson's $4.7M Atlanta mansion on market for four years

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.

Images from Estately via Curbed