Dierks Bentley and his wife have listed their house in Nashville for $1.7 million.

According to Village Real Estate, the 4,428-square-foot home was built in 1930. Photos show a fully renovated and modernized house, with four bedrooms, four full bathrooms, an eat-in kitchen, full formal dining room, fireplace and finished basement. The master bathroom features double vanities, while exterior amenities include a gas grill and a guest house.

The house is located in Nashville's prestigious Green Hills area. The listing touts the property's "remarkable, renovated home and grand guesthouse. Private and gated on over .6 of an acre. Lushly landscaped pool area, covered walkway to main house, play area, clay tiled roof and separate oversized 2 car garage."

The Mission-style stucco exterior features numerous arches and a circular driveway. According to Nashville's City Paper, Bentley and his wife, Cassidy Black, purchased the property in 2009 for $1.425 million through a trust.

The couple married in 2005, and have three children together. They welcomed their first daughter, Evie, in 2008, followed by Jordan in 2010. Black gave birth to their first son, Knox, in 2013.

When Bentley is not settled in at home with his growing family, he's been out on the road this summer with his Sounds of Summer tour in support of his critically acclaimed album, Riser. The headlining road trek also features Maddie & TaeKip Moore and Canaan Smith.

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