Kenny Rogers recently sold his vastly luxurious estate just outside of Atlanta, and as pictures show, the country legend was living like a king in a house that resembles an actual palace.

According to Variety, Rogers fetched $2.383 million for his 13,000-square-foot estate, which features 6 bedrooms, 8 full and 4 half bathrooms. The Grammy-winning Country Music Hall of Famer purchased the luxurious Mediterranean estate in 2012 for $1.5 million.

The exceptionally opulent mansion features wrought iron entry gates and a spacious two-story foyer with matching curved staircases, as well as elegant and very formal living and dining rooms. The private living spaces include an enormous eat-in kitchen with a massive double island, along with 10 fireplaces scattered throughout the residence. The mind-boggling manor also boasts a conservatory, a combination family room and game room with its own full bar and a private movie theater that features stadium seating.

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The mansion's gigantic master suite comprises two walk-in closets with private dressing rooms, as well as a vast formal bathroom with brass fixtures and marble floors. There's also a one-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment above the garage, which could serve as extra space for visiting family or live-in staff members.

Rogers scored his first country hit with "Lucille" in 1977, and he went on to a decades-long run of No. 1 hits that included "Daytime Friends," "The Gambler," "She Believes in Me," "Coward of the County," "Lady," "Islands in the Stream" and many more. Rogers sustained his run of No. 1 hits all the way through 1999, scoring his final chart-topper with "Buy Me a Rose."

Now 79, Rogers retired from touring with a splashy all-star concert in Nashville in 2017.

The legendary singer, actor, author and photographer is no stranger to high living. Variety reports that he previously owned two of Los Angeles’ most lavish estates — the Knoll in Beverly Hills, which he sold in the mid-’80s for more than $20 million, and Liongate in Bel-Air, which most recently sold in 2015 for more than $46 million.

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