Sir Elton John has put his Atlanta residence on the market after more than 30 years, signaling the end of an era for the English music legend in the US.
The property, situated in Buckhead’s 40-storey Park Place residential tower, has a price tag just shy of $5 million,” according to the Robb Report.
The musician originally bought a 232sq m duplex on the 36th floor in the early 1990s for $925,000.
Over the years, John expanded his space by acquiring adjacent units, ultimately combining six units into a two-level dwelling.
The resulting property boasts more than 1235sq m of living area.
The four-bedroom, seven-bathroom residence features a spacious living room, capable of accommodating a grand piano.
The home also includes a formal dining room crowned with a gallery space, a wood-panelled office, and a grand salon with floor-to-ceiling windows.
The master suite offers an adjoining seating area, a luxurious onyx-clad bathroom, and abundant closet space. Additional amenities include a gym and a spa/massage room.
Owners also benefit from various extras covered by a monthly HOA fee of $7,851. These include nine reserved parking spaces, six private storage units, and five dedicated wine storage units.
John, 76, revealed that he is selling the property as he no longer requires a touring base in the US, having completed his farewell tour.
He resides primarily in a historic estate in Windsor, England, with his husband, David Furnish, and their two sons. The family also owns a home in Nice, France.