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Billionaire film producer Tyler Perry who let the Sussexes live in his LA mansion builds massive new home with its own runway and hangar for his private jet

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Film producer Tyler Perry, best known for the hit Madea movies, is building a massive mansion in Atlanta befitting of his new billionaire status.

Aerial photos emerged on Friday offering the first look at the 35,000 square foot estate being constructed on 1,200 acres of land near Perry’s studio in Georgia.


The movie mogul owns properties in Los Angeles and Atlanta, but the sprawling mansion is set to be Perry’s most extravagant residence yet as it’s expected to include an airplane hangar and runway for his private jet, TMZ reports.

Perry was first reported to be building the home in 2018 after spending several years working on the design and construction.

The estate now appears to be inching towards completion, according to the photos.

And it appears the 50-year-old Hollywood tycoon is pulling out all the stops, with plans for a massive lap pool and an organic farm with horses and other animals for his son.

The stunning images show a long, landscaped driveway lined with trees will lead to an impressive grand entrance.

The backyard is expected to be just as lavish, with a giant swimming pool and hot tub already caved out.

The home boasts both peace and privacy as its tucked away in the woods outside of the city – but still conveniently located near his 330-acre production studio.

The photos have emerged just months after it was revealed Prince Harry and Meghan had been staying at Perry’s $18million Los Angeles mansion.

In May, FELLLOW PRESS revealed the Duke and Duchess of Sussex and their son Archie had been holed up in his Beverly Hills property after they moved to LA at the end of March.

The couple have never been seen in public with Perry but are believed to have met him through their mutual close friend Oprah Winfrey.

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