Justin Bieber Buying Mansion In Atlanta For Fresh Start!

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Justin Bieber is planning to splash out $10.95 million house on a gorgeous home in Atlanta as he tries to work on his hip-hop career.

The 19-year-old singer has his eye on a stunning seven bedroom mansion in the Buckhead district, where Young Jeezy and Usher reside.

Justin wanted a home that was at least 10,000 sq ft and not visible from the street.

Bieber recently visited Atlanta where he was seen partying with P. Diddy, T.I. and Rick Ross.

The singer tweeted about his time in Atlanta, writing, “Back in my second home. Good to be back. Focused on building up positive energy”.

Atlanta was the first place Justin lived when he moved to the United States from Canada to further his music career.

The home has a large pool, home theater, wine cellar, bar, and tons of large trees for privacy.

Justin Bieber buying Atlanta home

The listing on Sotheby’s Realty states, “Custom new residence in Tuxedo Park, perfect for the sophisticated buyer that wants extraordinary attention to detail. This residence is the Ferrari of luxury real estate in Atlanta. It goes on to describe the 70ft pool and spa along with a home gym”.

Justin Bieber's Atlanta home

The property also has a separate guest house over the garage and a full outdoor kitchen with a fireplace.

Justin Bieber buying this Atlanta estate?

Justin Bieber recently changed his Instagram name to Bizzle, which certainly got his fans talking.

Justin previously claimed he was retiring from music, but it appears he is just changing musical direction. He has been working with rappers such as Sean Combs, T.I., Rick Ross, and Wale.

Justin has been dealing with the repercussions of his bad-boy behavior lately, which includes a DUI arrest, assaulting a limo driver in Canada, and egging his neighbor’s home.

Bieber is ready to move from his Calabasas home and is looking at the home in Atlanta, along with a property in Hidden Hills, Los Angeles.

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Images: Sothebys Realty/ wenn.com



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