Mariah Carey’s Atlanta mansion sells at a loss for $4.3M
This sweet, sweet fantasy home has sold — albeit for significantly less than its asking price, and about $1.35 million less than its A-list owner bought it for in 2021.
Pop music icon Mariah Carey, 54, has taken down a peach of a Georgia estate on the last day of May, nearly 10 months after listing it. The Wall Street Journal First reported.
After several seasons of pestilence on the nine-bedroom, nine-bathroom behemoth, the “All I Want for Christmas” songbird put it on the market last September, with an initial asking price of $6.5 million. for
At the time of the sale, that number had dropped slightly from $1.5 million to $4.99 million.
In the end, the magnificent mansion closed for $4.3 million, $600,000 less than the final listed ask.
Carey bought it for $5.65 million.
The home was sold to Modern Luxury Media CEO Michael Dickey, who plans to make the gated, 4-acre property his family’s primary residence.
“The home sold to a local family that knows how special this property is and looks forward to enjoying all of its amenities for years to come,” said Shanna Bradley of Ansley Real Estate, the Atlanta-area affiliate of Christie’s International Real Estate. has been who represented the seller. “Both Ms. Carey and the buyer are very pleased with the outcome of this sale.”
In total, the residence measures in at more than 12,500 square feet and includes a heated pool, a pool house, an entertainment pavilion, a three-car garage, tennis courts and “an enchanting array of gardens,” according to the post. Told earlier.
The interior of the main house includes an exercise room with glass walls, a home theater, a guest suite, a living room equipped with a fireplace and, on the third floor, a small recording booth.
The primary suite also features a fireplace, as well as a walk-in closet, an ensuite bath and a dressing room.