Nashville, Tennessee—a breathtaking and humongous mansion known for the country stars who previously inhabited it is currently available once again in the real estate market. It was built in 1970 and is situated on 8 acres at 4121 Franklin Pike. The 10,000-square-foot estate holds nine bedrooms, two half baths and seven full bathrooms, six fireplaces, separate quarters for staff, a gym, yoga room, theater room and steam room.

On its exterior, the magnificent household brandishes an outdoor kitchen, a garage for three cars, a pool, putting green, helipad, and a relaxing Zen garden.

The beautiful house was also named “First Lady Acres”. Paula Hinegardner, the listing broker shares that the house was named after the first lady of country music, Tammy Wynette. It served as the residential home to country singers George Jones and Tammy Wynette in 1974, Gayron Moe Lytle, American three-finger banjo picking musician Earl Scruggs and his son, Randy Scruggs in 1999, as well as rock band Train’s original drummer, Scott Underwood and his interior designer wife, Cheryl Underwood.

Ms. Hinegardner adds that the mansion was made more exceptional due to the fact that it was once home to different musicians and important people in the industry of music. “Musicians are artists and artists often get their inspiration from their surroundings and there is definitely something about this unique property that speaks to people.

When Scott Underwood purchased the mid-century modern mansion last year, he did so under a limited liability company for $2.4 million. Now, the Underwoods are hoping to have hit just the right price range for offering the house at a little over $4M. Their selling price falls at 23% less than the original amount that the house was listed in March 2017. At that time, it was being sold for $5.5 million.

How we wish we had the money to buy such a fairy-tale like abode! Unfortunately, all we can do right now is to guess whether the musical mansion will be passed on to another celebrity or not.

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