Actress-activist-philanthropist Jane Fonda, who announced on Monday that she’s quitting Atlanta for Los Angeles, is apparently not wasting time getting a move on.
Her 4,700 square-foot, three-bedroom, three full bathroom Poncey Highland loft is being marketed for immediate occupancy, said Laura Crumley, who’s dealing with potential buyers or tenants.
“Her stuff is moving out tomorrow,” Crumley told Buzz, noting that some pieces of furniture may remain if the place is leased rather than purchased. By the way the asking price for a lease arrangement is $10,000 per month.
Lest some enterprising event planner seek to lease the spot and then throw bashes billed as a “Party at Jane’s,” Crumley said she did not think the building’s covenants would permit that sort of endeavor.
Anyone interested in buying or leasing the loft should contact Tina Hunsicker at Atlanta Fine Homes Sotheby’s International Realty at 404-931-3944.
So, what do you get for $4.5 mil or $10K? Two
fireplaces, two balconies, four parking spaces and lots of room. Fonda, who’s been here for nearly two decades, bought up four units and had them converted into the modern home, decorated in a spare, futuristic fashion. The building was constructed in 2000.
More photos of the home are posted on Fonda’s blog, along with her commentary about each room.
“This is my entry hall,” reads one caption. “To me it is a womb with a narrow birth channel and then you enter the wide open sunny loft to be born again.”
She also notes unimpeded views of the Atlanta skyline from her top-floor perch, (”When the sun rises the buildings turn pink. And sunsets can be spectacular.”), the mirrored canopy above her bed and the art she collects by Thornton Dial.
And, given her constant four-legged companion Tulea, it should come as no surprise that the home is in a “very pet-friendly” building.