Published By Celebrity Detective Steve
In early 2000 long before topping the charts with "FU!" (Forget You) Atlanta, GA-born Cee Lo Green paid $262,572 for this brick home a few miles south of the ATL in the town of Fayetteville. Cee Lo Green purchased the four-bed, four-bath, 3,158 square-foot home set on over two acres around the time he left the hip hop group Goodie Mob to pursue a solo career.
Cee Lo Green's house in Fayetteville, GA.
Built in 1999, the home includes a three-car garage, built-in aquarium, cedar closets, theater, and a playground.
Cee Lo Green has been a vocal coach on the singing competition 'The Voice' since the hit television show debuted in 2011. in the same year Cee Lo Green began work on the Goodie Mob reunion album.
More recently Cee Lo Green has been making moves on the west coast. Check out CLG's new Sunset Strip rental here: http://realestalker.blogspot.com/2012/11/cee-lo-green-downsizes-sunset-strip.html.
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