There's living large, and then there's Alan Jackson's Franklin, Tenn. home. The legend sold the 19,000 square-foot mansion in 2010 for a record-setting $28 million. That was $10 million less than he was asking, but still a pretty profit for a home he built on 135 acres in the early-to-mid '90s. You know a home is opulent when it has a name like "Sweetbriar."

Alan and Denise Jackson sold the house to downsize. His teenage girls weren't enjoying the open space like they once did. "It's just like a Disney World out here," he told Nashville Scene. "Once they get to be teenagers, they're mostly hanging out with their friends and on the iPod and cell phones in their rooms. If I'd had three boys instead of girls, they might be out here fishing and riding four-wheelers or something." The founder of Copart bought the home, according to the Real Estalker. A few photos can be seen below.

 

 

 

 

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