An eight-bedroom mansion and a 150-year-old caretaker’s cottage are part of the huge equestrian complex.
The Rolling Stones have arrived in the Georgia countryside.
Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson’s company has purchased a historic 46-acre mansion south of Atlanta.
According to public property records, the equestrian home in the idyllic tiny town of Powder Springs was purchased for around $9.5 million by a Georgia-based corporation tied to Mr. Johnson’s business managers in Los Angeles. Mr. Johnson, a 47-year-old actor and producer who used to be a professional wrestler, could not be reached for comment.
A 14,000-square-foot megamansion with eight bedrooms sits in the heart of the large, multi-parcel property, providing plenty of space for Mr. Johnson’s family of five.
According to the listing with agent Jeff DeJarnett of Harry Norman Realtors, the main house was completed in 2002 and boasts stone fireplaces, a custom wine cellar, and a garden with a freeform, salt-water pool and cabana. Mr. DeJarnett did not respond to a request for comment on the deal.
Images show that the exquisite property is inspired by French rural architecture, with partial brick and stone cladding on the exterior, huge casement windows, and rustic interiors with exposed wood and stone. A warm, wood-paneled library with stained glass is also available.
The Johnsons also got a fully equipped horse farm, complete with a 12-stall barn and an observation balcony. An original 150-year-old farm house, which currently functions as a caretaker’s cottage, is one of the property’s oldest attractions, according to the ad.
The transaction comes only months after the “Fast and Furious” star married Lauren Hashian, his longtime lover, in Hawaii.
The agreement comes on the heels of Mr. Johnson’s announcement in September that he and Dany Garcia, his business partner and ex-wife, will hold the first Atheticon fitness conference in Atlanta in October 2020.