Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson Asks $7.5 Million for 46-Acre Georgia Estate

A loss of nearly $ 2 million on a real estate deal would be a disappointment to anyone, but it probably hurts a little less if you've been the highest paid actor in the world for two years - just ask Dwayne "The Rock." Johnson. According to Dirt, a gigantic Georgia property associated with the actor, producer, and former pro-wrestler recently hit the market for $ 7.5 million, well below the nearly $ 9.5 million he got Reportedly paid for it in October 2019.
The property includes a 14,791-square-foot mansion and log cabin, detached farmhouse, 12-stall barn, riding arena, private lake, and saltwater pool and cabana, all set on 46 acres near Atlanta. The main house in the French country house style has eight bedrooms, six bathrooms and three guest toilets as well as plenty of living, dining and entertainment areas with a walk-in wine cellar, library, gourmet kitchen and salon.
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Although it's unclear whether The Rock ever lived in the vast space, the initial $ 9.495 million cash sale was made by a company affiliated with its directors, and several outlets reported at the time that Johnson was indeed behind the purchase stuck.
Interestingly, although he owned a sprawling estate a reasonable drive to and from Atlanta, where he made several films last year, Johnson decided to rent another mansion in the area instead, perhaps looking for a shorter way through the town. This rental home was the subject of a series of Instagram posts in September in which Johnson revealed he had to tear the front gates of the house out of a wall after a power outage caused them to stop working.
“Not my best hour, but I had to go to work,” he wrote in one post and added in another: “Maybe next time I'll just hop through the gates and call an Uber. No, I won't. That does no fun. "
Originally published on Architectural Digest

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