Inside Steve Harvey’s new $15 million mansion featuring a massive gym, sparkling pool and an imperial staircase
According to reports, movie producer Tyler Perry once owned a vast $15 million home that STEVE Harvey has acquired.
The new 35,000-square-foot mammoth home of the 63-year-old Family Feud presenter is situated in Atlanta, Georgia’s upscale Buckhead area.
Steve owns a large 35,000 square foot estate worth $15 million.There are seven bedrooms and nine and a half bathrooms in the guarded mansion.The entrance of the house has a large imperial staircase that greets guests.A 70,000-gallon infinity pool overlooks the lush 17-acre estate.The Family Feud’s new residence is in Atlanta’s Buckhead district.Image courtesy of Getty ImagesThe enormous property has a significant amount of frontage on the Chattahoochee River and is situated on 17 acres.Steve’s new crib boasts nine and a half bathrooms and seven spacious bedrooms with views of the surrounding greenery.A sizable walk-in hardwood closet with an integrated vanity is part of the master suite.The home has a regal feel to it because to its towering ceilings and arched cement passageways.21Steve’s new home is surrounded by trees near the Chattahoochee RiverCredit: Courtesy of Zillow21Two kitchen islands sit in the estate’s luxurious cooking spaceCredit: Courtesy of Zillow21A home gym is fully equipped with machines and weightsCredit: Courtesy of Zillow21Steve has his own walk-in wine cellar that has a built-in bar topCredit: Courtesy of Zillow21A massive walk-in closet is attached to the master suiteCredit: Courtesy of ZillowIn the movie room, more than a dozen individuals can watch movies.Credit: Provided by Zillow.comLarge, well-stocked exercise equipment includes weights and machines.With room for almost a dozen people, the comic and his spouse Marjorie can organize movie nights at their in-home theater.The kitchen, which is surrounded by wood and has two chandeliers and modern appliances, has two sizable islands.There’s a large walk-in wine cellar with built-in bar right off the kitchen.The Family Feud’s new residence is in Atlanta’s Buckhead district.Image courtesy of Getty ImagesThe enormous property has a significant amount of frontage on the Chattahoochee River and is situated on 17 acres.Steve’s new crib boasts nine and a half bathrooms and seven spacious bedrooms with views of the surrounding greenery.A sizable walk-in hardwood closet with an integrated vanity is part of the master suite.The home has a regal feel to it because to its towering ceilings and arched cement passageways.21The outdoor space has a large terrace and jacuzzi that sit off the poolCredit: Courtesy of Zillow21Covered terraces house multiple outdoor dining areasCredit: Courtesy of Zillow21An indoor resistance pool can be used for working outCredit: Courtesy of Zillow21A private sauna can be found near the large backyardCredit: Courtesy of Zillow21A full-size tennis court sits below the home on the multi-layer propertyCredit: Courtesy of Zillow
The home even comes with an underground ballroom for events and an indoor resistance pool.
Outside sits a luxurious 70,000 gallon infinity-edge swimming pool.
The backyard also includes a tennis court, sauna and fields of green grass.
Both a Forman and informal garden can be found on the grounds with covered verandas and a guard house along with a caretakers suite.
The property also includes a runway that is meant to land remote controlled airplanes.
21An underground ballroom lays beneath the 35,000 square-foot homeCredit: Courtesy of Zillow21The large master suite has stunning views of the Credit: Courtesy of Zillow21The house has 360 views views of the Atlanta greeneryCredit: Courtesy of Zillow21Both informal and formal gardens are scattered throughout the 17 acresCredit: Courtesy of Zillow
The presenter of Little Big Shots reportedly paid $15 million in May to purchase the home that the Madea Family Reunion star formerly owned.
“Tyler is thrilled that his friends Steve and Marjorie will be relocating there and has many wonderful memories from the house,” an insider told the publication.
The mansion was purchased by the director, producer, and writer for $9 million in 2007 and underwent modifications that cost millions more.
Nevertheless, Tyler sold the house to businessman and preacher David Turner in 2016 for a sum of $17.5 million.