The king and queen of Nashville, Tim McGraw and Faith Hill, are singing a goodbye love song to their Tennessee estate to the tune of $20 million.
The comely country couple are unloading their 753-acre farm, complete with a whopping 4 separate homes. And although this plantation may turn back the clock, its historic exterior compliments the modern amenities. Like its country chic owners, the interior is all designer from top to bottom, including marble and granite countertops and dark polished hardwood floors throughout the 3,300 square-foot, 3-bedroom, 4-bath abode where the McGraws reportedly called their main home.
The showcase showstopper is a historic Antebellum beauty boasting 6,800 square feet, 40-foot front hall, wood paneled library and stunning wall frescos.
And there’s two more homes to go! (All of which have unique charm and character all their own.)
The massive property comes with a restored log home built in 1850 and a 12-stall barn with attached caretaker’s apartment.
While some of the property lacks a celeb-worthy shiny veneer, it’s nothing a little elbow grease and a few extra bucks can’t gloss up.
And as you could imagine, with all that land it’s a nature’s lover’s paradise, with picturesque rolling hills, ponds, spring-fed creeks, lush green trees, and tall swaying grass.
The property was actually two separate adjacent parcels divided by the tree-lined Harpeth River until the singing superstars/actors bought them for a bargain $5.09M and $8.75M in 2001. And here’s some country trivia – the land was once owned by country legend Hank Williams.
So put on your cowboy boots and watch the video above to see how Million Dollar Listing New York’s Ryan Serhant scores this superstar couple’s fancy farm.