Johnny Cash lived his final days in this home, not the sprawling, 13,800 square foot house made famous in the movie 'Walk the Line.' That home was something of a spiritual center that legends like Bob Dylan and Kris Kristofferson would gather in to show off new songs. However, it became to difficult for Cash to move around there, so he moved across the street to "Mama Cash's house," a property he bought for his mother before she died.

The more famous property was bought by Barry Gibbs after Cash passed away, but it later burned to the ground during a 2007 remodel. Realtor Stan Peacock -- whose father-in-law bought "Mama Cash's house" -- says there are no plans to rebuild that home. The house pictured is not technically for sale, but in a January interview with Zillow Peacock says interested buyers could contact him.