Inside Steve Harvey’s new $15 million mansion featuring a massive gym, sparkling pool and an imperial staircase – The Sun

STEVE Harvey has reportedly purchased a sprawling $15 million estate that once belonged to movie mogul Tyler Perry.

The 63-year-old Family Feud’s host new 35,000-square-foot mega mansion is located in the affluent Buckhead neighborhood in Atlanta, Georgia.





The massive property sits on 17 acres of land with substantial frontage to the Chattahoochee River.

Steve’s new crib has seven large bedrooms that feature views of the surrounding greenery and nine and a half bathrooms.

The master suite includes a large walk-in hardwood closet with a built-in vanity.

Arched cemented hallways and high ceilings add to the house’s regal vibe.






A large fully-equipped gym boasts a set of workout machines and weights.

The comedian and his wife Marjorie can host movie night at their in-home movie theatre that comfortably seats more than a dozen people.

Two large islands can be found in the wooded kitchen that boasts two chandeliers and state-of-the-art appliances.

Just off of the cooking space is a huge walk-in wine cellar with a built-in bar.





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.





Accoring to TMZ, the Little Big Shots host bought the house that was famously owned by the Madea Family Reunion star in May for $15 million.

”Tyler has a lot of great memories from the house and is happy his friends Steve and Marjorie will be calling it home,” a source told the outlet.

The director, producer and writer bought the home in 2007 for $9 million and spent millions more dollars during renovations.

However, in 2016, Tyler sold the home for $17.5 million to evangelist and entrepreneur David Turner.

Source: Read Full Article