The Rock - Dwayne Johnson Purchases a $9.5 Million Farm in Georgia

The Rock – Dwayne Johnson Purchases a $9.5 Million Farm in Georgia

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The Rock has relocated to Georgia’s vast countryside.

A substance attached to entertainer Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson has gobbled up a noteworthy 46-section of land domain outside of Atlanta.

A Georgia-based organization connected to Mr. Johnson’s business directors in Los Angeles bought the equestrian home in the rural modest community of Powder Springs for generally $9.5 million, as indicated by open property records. Mr. Johnson, 47, a former professional wrestler who has since built a career as an entertainer and creator, was unable to leave the following comment.

A 14,000-square-foot mega mansion with eight rooms sits at the center of the sprawling, multi-bundle property, providing plenty of space for Mr. Johnson’s group of five.

According to the listing with Harry Norman Realtors’ expert Jeff DeJarnett, the basic house was built in 2002 and features stone chimneys, a bespoke wine cellar, and a lawn with a freestyle, salt-water pool and cabana. Mr. DeJarnett declined to remark on the deal.

The exquisite home draws on French nation motivation, remembering fractional block and stone cladding for the outside, enormous casement windows, and provincial insides with uncovered wood and stone all through, pictures show. A nice, wood-framed library with polished glass is also included in the amenities.

The Johnsons likewise get a completely furnished pony ranch with a 12-slow down the stable and riding field with a survey deck. A distinctive 150-year-old ranch home, which now serves as a guardian’s cabin, is one of the area’s most seasoned attractions, according to the posting.

The news comes only months after the “Quick and the Furious” star married Lauren Hashian, his long-time girlfriend, in Hawaii.

The agreement also follows Mr. Johnson’s announcement in September that he and Dany Garcia, his colleague, and ex-girlfriend, plan to hold their first wellness conference, Atheticon, in Atlanta in October 2020.