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Elton John, one of the most successful musicians of all time, is selling his Atlanta condo for $5 million.
The space, located in the coveted 40-story Park Place highrise in the upscale Buckhead neighborhood, was owned by the Benny and the Jets singer for almost 32 years before hitting the market. The beautiful condo is perfectly laid out and immaculately designed, offering countless home decor ideas.
The listing is held by Chase Mizell at Sotheby's International Realty, and it's the kind of place everyone would want to live. Boasting 4 bedrooms, and 7 total bathrooms (4 full and 3 partial) for a total of 13,332 square feet, the sprawling condo is the result of six separate units brought together into one. Floor-to-ceiling windows throughout the property offer breathtaking views of the Midtown and Downtown Atlanta skylines. The amount of natural light in the condo is absolutely stunning.
Even better, the home is the perfect place to host extravagant social gatherings. The beautiful dining room has two stories, allowing maximum space for a dinner party or cocktail evening. Attached, a spacious living room opens up - large enough to accommodate dual seating and a grand piano. The large walls and lengthy hallways would be the perfect place to showcase an art of sculpture collection for guests to view. One can only imagine the star-studded get-togethers Elton John likely held in the condo.
The primary suite in Elton John's former abode is a sight to behold. The bed can be set up to face the home's massive windows. It includes an adjoining seating area and an antique-style spa-inspired bathroom perfect for long mornings of relaxing and sipping coffee in this beautiful main bedroom.
The Atlanta home was clearly designed with Elton's impressive collection of clothing in mind because the closet is one of the biggest we've ever seen. What appears to be miles of built-in shelving and closet space allows one to store hundreds of pairs of shoes and rails of clothing in an organized style.
Other rooms in the home include an in-home fitness studio, a massage room, nine reserved parking spaces, six private storage units, and five dedicated wine storage units.
For anyone with $5 million dollars to spare, this little piece of Atlanta and Elton John just might be the perfect place to spend it.