Norman Reedus won’t be treading on Georgia turf much longer, because the “crossbow wielding, motorcycle driving badass with a heart of gold” is officially stepping away from his longtime residence on the outskirts of Atlanta.
After eight years of ownership, and a brief stint on the rental market at $12,500 per month, The Walking Dead star has now adhered a $3.8 million price tag to the contemporary Chattahoochee Hills spread he picked up back in fall 2015 for nearly $3 million. Built in 2009, and crafted by noted New York City-based designer Shamir Shah, the Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired home is described by listing agent Addie Bartlett of Compass as offering “an unparalleled experience of refined living in an environment where simplicity is synonymous with luxury.”
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Nestled amid a heavily wooded parcel spanning a quarter of an acre—within the master-planned community of Serenbe, about 30 miles southwest of downtown Atlanta—the striking limestone and granite structure has four bedrooms and five baths in a little more than 4,100 square feet of multi-level living space boasting wide-plank white oak floors, high ceilings and large windows throughout. There’s also a bath-equipped bonus room over the attached two-car garage.
A lengthy driveway empties out at the house, with the front door pivoting into a main level highlighted by a spacious living room outfitted with a wall of windows and trio of glass doors spilling out to a screened porch warmed by a stone fireplace. Other highlights include a cozy fireside sitting room, dining room with a built-in buffet, and gourmet kitchen sporting an eat-in island topped with natural quartzite stone, top-tier Wolf and Sub-Zero appliances, two sinks, a wine fridge and walk-in pantry.
A pair of guest bedrooms also can be found on the bottom level, while an upstairs primary suite holds a massive walk-in closet and dressing area, as well as a marble-clad bath equipped with dual vanities, a soaking tub and glass-encased shower. Elsewhere is an office space, plus a lower level displaying a bedroom, gym and dining/entertainment space with a wet bar.
Outdoors, the woodsy grounds host a meandering creek, an al fresco dining area bolstered by a grilling station, and plunge pool that doubles as a spa. The new homeowner also will have access to Serenbe’s vast array of amenities, which include a swim club, tennis courts, stables and 16 miles of nature trails.
Before the 55-year-old Florida native rose to fame for his role as Daryl Dixon on AMC’s post-apocalyptic zombie drama The Walking Dead, which aired its final episode in November 2022, he headlined the cult classic The Boondock Saints, and had supporting roles in 8MM, Blade 2 and American Gangster. Reedus—who earned a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 2022—is currently appearing in a Daryl Dixon spinoff, with the second season set to air later this year.
In addition to the for-sale Georgia house, Reedus and his actress partner Diane Kruger own at least three N.Y.C. residences between them, including a four-bedroom, 3,650-square-foot townhouse in Manhattan. Reedus also maintains a big spread in upstate New York that’s currently occupied by his mother.
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