You missed your chance to live like Tyler Perry and the other 1% in America.
The multimillionaire media mogul finally sold his Buckhead mansion for a record $17.5 million, making real estate history in the process.
The magnificent 35,000 square-foot palace was touted by the listing agent as "perhaps the most compelling private residence to ever be offered to market in the history of Atlanta."
The spectacular property boasts 17 manicured acres, a larger-than-Olympic-size swimming pool, an IMAX theater, a tennis court atop a parking deck, and a bedroom with a full-sized tub and massage table adjacent to the 4 poster canopy bed!
The home is not without a history of problems. Five years ago, 3 bungling home invaders broke into the mansion -- while Perry was at home in bed. They made it inside Perry's opulent two-story foyer before one of them -- 18-year-old Chloe Ware -- was tackled to the floor by his "presidential-level security" guards. The other two burglars got away empty-handed.
Maybe that's why Perry listed his sprawling property for the original asking price of $25 million?
The house, on the 4100 block of Paces Ferry Rd, is located near the prestigious and absurdly expensive Lovett School for the spawn of the filthy rich.