ATLANTA -- A Buckhead mansion seen in numerous movies, TV shows and music videos is on the market.
The 15,738-square-foot European-style estate, dubbed “Chateau de l’Imaginaire,” can be yours for $4.75 million.
What will you get for your millions? A lot.
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The 8-bedroom house features a full gym/studio and sauna, not one but TWO gourmet commercial kitchen, two "luxurious" master suites and expansive indoor/outdoor entertainment areas, including a new theater and a large resort-style saltwater pool and spa. It's got seven full and 4 partial bathrooms.
The mansion sits on two acres of rare flat lawn with "extraordinary landscape, sophisticated security, and home automation."
If you have entertaining to do, this is the place for you. It features a great room/ball room that can accommodate 75 guests. Plus, there's plenty of room to park, including a 25-car motor court and six-car garage.
With accommodations like these, it's no surprise that Hollywood has taken note. The property has been used in numerous TV shows, including NBC's "Constantine", VH1's "Love and Hip Hop Atlanta", Lifetime's "UnReal", and (of course), Bravo's "Real Housewives of Atlanta." Tyler Perry used the estate in "If Loving You is Wrong." It's also been a favorite of some big name rappers, including Migos (seen in the "Top Floor" video), 2 Chainz (look for it in "Not Invited") and Future ("Super Trapper").
The income from film productions alone contribute $100,000 a year for the mortgage, according the home's listing.
Speaking of the mortgage, if you put down the traditional 20% (only about $950,000), you an expect fork over about $21,090 per month at 3.75 percent interest, according to the Coldwell Banker mortgage calculator. Property taxes will run about $41,910.
According to the listing agent Debbie Sonenshine, former NFL player Steve Wallace, a three-time Super Bowl winner, built the home back in 1998. The current owner is "an internationally recognized landscape architect who designs huge high high end projects all over the world but mostly in China," according to Sonenshine. She said he designed the landscaping for the Disneyland hotel in Hong Kong.
Ready to place your bid? Debbie Sonenshine of the Soneneshine Team is the listing agent.
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