The Rock has arrived in the rural area of Georgia.
A 46-acre historical mansion south of Atlanta has been purchased by a company connected to actor Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson.
According to public property documents, a Georgia-based corporation connected to Mr. Johnson’s Los Angeles-based business managers bought the equestrian home in the picturesque tiny town of Powder Springs for for $9.5 million. We were unable to reach Mr. Johnson, a 47-year-old former professional wrestler who has since established a career as an actor and director.
The main house was built in 2002 and features stone fireplaces, a custom wine cellar and a backyard with a freeform, salt-water pool and cabana, according to the listing with agent Jeff DeJarnett of Harry Norman Realtors. Mr. DeJarnett declined to comment on the sale.
The elegant home draws on French country inspiration, including partial brick and stone cladding on the exterior, large casement windows and rustic interiors with exposed wood and stone throughout, images show. Amenities also include a cozy, wood-paneled library with stained glass.
The Johnsons also get a fully outfitted horse farm with a 12-stall barn and riding arena with a viewing deck. Among its oldest charms is an original 150-year-old farm house, which now serves as a caretaker’s cottage, according to the listing.