Oct 3rd 2007 8:43PM I actually don't have any information for this home, but readers may be interested in the home of a "mad black woman." Actually, Tyler Perry's home in Georgia is for sale. The link to the listing is:
Also, there is an article that touches on the new home he is building in Atlanta. There are a few pictures to go with the article. Hopefully the link to the online newspaper's website is still good.
Aug 23rd 2007 4:45PM Please. I'd rather have an '05 or '06 SL65 and use the difference in savings to remind myself how much I saved by doing so!
Mar 30th 2007 12:01AM Apparently this vehicle, along with the others used during the filming (SLR McLaren, Porsche Carrera GT, among others) belong to the film's producer, Daniel Sadek. When a person decides to use their own vehicle(s) in a movie, knowing that there will be people driving them other than the owner, one should automatically assume the worst possible thing could happen!
Nov 18th 2006 1:14AM Apparently the paper was wrong:
-Houston’s home not sold at foreclosure-
By RICHARD L. ELDREDGE | Friday, November 17, 2006, 04:38 PM
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Wachovia Mortgage Corp. officials and Whitney Houston’s Atlanta attorney Mark Trigg each confirmed Friday that the singer still owns her Country Club of the South home in north Fulton County.
Trigg said that a foreclosure had been advertised by Fulton County this fall but was not carried out. Houston now has the house up for sale.
“There has not been a foreclosure sale and the account is currently in good standing,” said David Oliver, Wachovia Vice President for Corporate Communications for Georgia. He declined to say when the outstanding payments had been made.
In online and print editions Thursday and Friday, the AJC erroneously reported that the home had been sold at a foreclosure sale Nov. 7.
Nov 16th 2006 9:28PM Actually, Ms. Houston's NJ home isn't the only piece of property being lost. According to an article in today's Atlanta Journal-Constitution: "Pop star Whitney Houston is no longer a Country Club of the South resident. Her home in the Alpharetta subdivision, which she and her husband Bobby Brown bought for $1.1 million in 2003, went into foreclosure this fall and was sold Nov. 7 on the steps of the Fulton County Courthouse. The five-bedroom, five-bath property at 1014 Tullamore Place in Alpharetta is back up for sale for $1,398,000, according to various real estate web sites."
I suppose living in L.A. now while she works on an album may explain the losses in property. I guess Bobby didn't volunteer to help make payments?
Here is a link to the sales listing for the Georgia home: