Bieber checks out Atlanta

It’s been confirmed that Justin Bieber has done some major house hunting in Atlanta. In other celebrity real estate news, actress Holly Hunter is looking to dump her New York apartment.

Maybe Atlanta won’t be so hot for Justin Bieber

Justin Bieber was recently seen house hunting at this Atlanta property, which includes a 70-foot pool, seven bedrooms and 13 bathrooms.

Not sure what moving to Atlanta will do for Justin Bieber and his proclivity for egg-fighting and car racing, but it looks like the trouble-finding singer wants out of the bright lights of Hollywood.

According to, Bieber was recently seen house hunting in the Tuxedo Park section of Atlanta. He checked out a 16,000-square-foot estate set on 1 acre. The “Ferrari of luxury real estate” had seven bedrooms, 13 bathrooms, a 70-foot pool, and gym and sound system.

But word is that the Biebs is looking for a spread big enough for him to get lost in the woods … or at least behind them. His target is 5 or 10 acres, which will put him 2,500 miles away from the home in the Calabassas neighborhood of Los Angeles where he has run into recent troubles with neighbors who don’t appreciate his need for speed, entourages, Segways and egg-throwing escapades.

Buying a new place in Atlanta will get the Biebs a lot more bang for his buck: Atlanta median home prices are $144,200, compared to home values hitting at $980,700 in Calabasas.

See the photos of the home Bieber looked at on the Zillow Blog.

Holly Hunter artfully lists in New York City

Here’s a home with pedigree: Actress Holly Hunter is now looking to sell the Beaux Arts apartment she bought from “Pretty Woman” Julia Roberts.

Holly Hunter is listing her Greenwich Village apartment in a 1905 Beaux Arts building for $8.7 million.

The Academy Award-winning actress is seeking $8.7 million for the Greenwich Village apartment at 43 5th Ave., New York, NY 10003. She forked over $4.1 million to Roberts back in 2005.

With twin sons born in 2006 to Hunter and her longtime beau, actor Gordon MacDonald, it’s possible that the growing-up family needs more room to roam.

The high-floor apartment in the 1905 Beaux Arts building in lower Manhattan has seen its original features restored, including wood moldings and trim surrounding the over-sized windows. There are three bedrooms, three bathrooms, two offices and a large kitchen with ample seating space.

See more photos of Hunter’s apartment on Zillow Blog.

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