Bieber eyes Atlanta mansion

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London - Justin Bieber has been looking at an $11-million mansion in Atlanta.

The Confident singer has been to view the huge property in the exclusive Buckhead district - where his mentor, Usher, lives - and is keen to move to the city to be close to its famous hip-hop scene.

The house the singer is interested in has seven bedrooms and is 16 000 square feet in size, according to

Justin, 19, is said to be selling his home in Calabasas, California, after falling out with his neighbours over his partying and loud music, which came to a head with an incident where a neighbour's house was egged, causing up to $20 000 of damage. The matter is currently being investigated by the District Attorney and could result in charges brought against the star.

The list of must-haves for any potential new home for Justin is extensive... The property must not be visible from the street and must preferably have at least five acres around it and be a minimum of 10 000 square feet inside.

The singer is said to be looking at houses listed for between $4-million and $10-million and is also searching for a second home in the Los Angeles area, as well as looking at 20-acre estates in the Hidden Valley area.

Justin recently paid a visit to Atlanta, where he was seen partying with P. Diddy, T.I. and Rick Ross.

While in the city he wrote on Twitter: “Back in my second home. Good to be back. Focused on building up positive energy.”

Atlanta was the first place Justin - who was raised in London, Ontario - lived when he moved to the US from Canada to embark on his music career. - Bang Showbiz

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