Comedian and mogul Perry, known for making movies like October's "Boo 2! A Madea Halloween," which made $48 million worldwide, purchased the property in the ritzy Buckhead neighborhood in 2007 for $9 million. He reportedly spent millions more building it out, according to "The Atlanta Journal-Constitution." In May 2016, Perry sold the mansion for $17.5 million. At the time, it was reportedly Atlanta's most expensive residential home sale. The buyer, TV evangelist David Turner, is now selling the home for $25 million.
Take a look inside.
The 35,000-square-foot French Provincial mansion sits on 17 acres.
It has seven bedrooms and nine full bathrooms, an underground ballroom, a parking deck, a helipad, a separate guest house, an infinity-edge outdoor pool, a lighted tennis court and a home movie theater.
The marble entryway has Corinthian columns.
There's a great room with double-height ceilings and a grand fireplace. The kitchen has coffered ceilings, a chandelier and it opens out to a balcony.
The master suite has floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the property.
In August 2017, Perry bought a 17,245-square-foot mansion in Sherman Oaks, California, for $14.5 million. He flipped it and recently sold it to Grammy award-winning recording artist Pharrell Williams for $15.6 million, reported the Los Angeles Times.
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