Live in harmony in June Carter Cash’s former home outside of Nashville for $3,500,000.
Always had designs on becoming a fixture on the country music scene? Even if you can’t carry a tune, you can make your mark at “Nashville’s Graceland.” This 12.87-acre estate, located at 1020 Gibson Rd. in Madison, Tennesse, features wooded trails, a party barn, pool, replica of the 12th hole at Augusta National Golf Course, and a 3,118-square-foot home. It’s also got plenty of history. This historical landmark has been home to Country Music Hall of Fame luminaries like Jim Denney, Carl Smith, Patsy Cline, and June Carter Cash and Johnny Cash.
While the three-bedroom, two-and-a-half bath two-story farmhouse has been updated through the years, there are plenty of old-school details that remain, including the stone exterior, pegboard heart of pine floors, and two wood-burning fireplaces. The kitchen still retains all the charm it had back when folks like Elvis Presley, Kris Kristofferson, and Waylon Jennings would come by for a snack. In fact, June Carter Cash and Merle Kilgore co-wrote “Ring of Fire” back in that very space in 1963.
Located just 10 minutes from downtown Nashville, this is the perfect spot to raise a family or take on as an investment. The landmark designation allows for 35 large-scale events a year, which makes it ideal for hosting weddings, corporate get-togethers, and family reunions.
Listed for $3,500,000 by Michael Jezewski and Maggie Bond of Village Real Estate, this legacy home needs an owner up for the challenge of preserving an important piece of country music history.
For more info on the listing, please contact Michael Jezewski or Maggie Bond.
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