Pompano Beach, Florida (PRWEB) June 28, 2016
According to the real estate website TopTenRealEstateDeals.com, the 973-acre farm Kenny Rogers built in the 1980s as his dream home is going to auction
“Kenny Rogers Beaver Dam Farms Auction”
America’s favorite Gambler’s career has spanned over half a century and is still going strong for his farewell tour. Kenny Rogers is retiring after performances covering the United States, Ireland, Philippines, Thailand and the United Kingdom. A career that began in the 1950s as a teen rocker and a folk singer in the ‘60s is folding his cards, The Gambler's Last Deal tour, as one of the best-selling country musicians of all time.
Unlike so many other superstars claiming “last tours,” Rogers at age 77, really means it. As he said in an interview with USA Today, “I accomplished much more than I ever set out to do. When you run out of things to reach for, then you might as well hang it up and say thank you.” Kenny's ballads such as “Islands in the Stream” and “Lady” have sold over 120 million albums worldwide with 24 number one singles and multiple Lifetime Achievement Awards and election to the Country Music Hall of Fame.
Beaver Dam Farms located just outside of Athens, Georgia and 90 minutes from Atlanta, was conceived, designed and built by Rogers as his dream home. Spread out within its 973 acres, the property consists of three private spring-fed lakes, a 12,000-square-foot mansion, five guest houses and clubhouse, lake clubhouse, and over two acres under roof equestrian/multipurpose arena with 44 stalls, two swimming pools, two clay tennis courts, and an 18-hole championship-rated golf course. Other details include streams with waterfalls, woodland trails for walking or riding, gardens, well-stocked fishing lake, two gyms, movie theater, billiards room, conference center and a total of 20 bedrooms.
In 2003, Rogers sold the property to Weston Adams who was also owner of a guest ranch and sportsman’s lodge in Colorado. The Adams family used it as a private home in the first years and then turned it into a resort with full accommodations, spa services and event rentals. When Adams died in 2011, the family moved to the West Coast and felt it was time to sell. Close to his heart, Kenny Rogers is taking an active part in helping to promote the Beaver Dam Farms auction.
With a replacement value of between $30 to $40 million, the auction will be held on July 9th. Previously listed at $20 million, the owner has agreed to sell to the highest bidder at or above $3.5 million with all furnishings included, many of which were those passed on by Rogers.
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