Former Atlanta Hawk guard/forward Joe Johnson has just listed his Atlanta, GA mansion for $4,700,000. It is located at 218 Londonberry Road NW and is situated on 1+ acres. Built in 2000, the brick and stone mansion features 8 bedrooms, 8 full and 2 half bathrooms, 2-story foyer, formal living and dining rooms, gourmet kitchen with adjoining breakfast room, great room, informal dining room, spa/salon, gym, billiards room, recreation room with large bar, home theater, recording studio with sound booth and more.

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  • Daniel

    It looks like a cheap attempt at Miami modern. Photo 2 really should be omitted. The durability of the wood floor in the living areas is questionable.

    Not a fan.




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  • lambskin

    Obviously staged- so property could have been vacated long ago. Thus, curious why no outdoor photos except for the front view-it has a pool…




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  • Chris

    This screams London new build on the inside.




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    • Kenny Forder

      Haha it sorta does!




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  • CheekyChap

    This home looks like a joke from the outside.

    The interiors seem quality although not very tasteful (the Brunswick Manhattan pool table is $20k+ alone.)

    I agree with the London new build theme, and the rear is just a mystery.




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  • ted

    the interior is absolutely flawless. totally my style. i love the dark wood floors and black and white decor. thanks kenny!




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  • NOVA Ben

    Well the interior is not as bad as the tacky Challenger in the driveway led me to believe it would be, but it’s still not my thing. Pass.




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  • The Last Man Standing

    I liked the laundry room. That’s about it. The front hallway you could play handball off of, like a concrete overpass wall. The dining room looked like it was in a walled in porch. The black and white thing everywhere else was as warm as a speculum.
    A beauty parlor in a house? How lazy are you?
    No, the laundry room. Definitely…..although it too could use a table for sorting.




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  • BJ

    The prep kitchen behind the kitchen is interesting. I have never seen a kitchen executed just this way, and for entertaining, it likely works quite well. Rather than a completely separate butlers area, the integration is more direct and seamless.

    He’s now with the Brooklyn Nets, so I am sure he’ll have an interesting apartment up there, too.




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  • rob

    I think the house is very tasteful and unpretentious. Very well done and in a nice neighborhood. I have to say when I read it belonged to an athlete I was expecting the worst.




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