Tim McGraw and Faith Hill are selling their beautiful and historic antebellum home outside of Nashville for the low, low price of $18.5 million dollars.

Built in 1800, the two-story log-built home is 3,152 square feet and features three bedrooms, four bathrooms, a master suite with fireplace and an eat-in kitchen. The house features a total of six fireplaces and has been updated to include central air.

The 622-acre property also offers a 12-stall stable, as well as a barn and a storage building. The listing notes two caretaker homes, a restored log cabin and two guest houses, as well. The superstar couple initially listed the property in Leiper's Fork, near Franklin, Tenn., for $20 million in 2013, and sold off 131 acres of it in a separate sale in 2015.

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The property has longstanding ties to country music, as it was once owned by Hank Williams. McGraw and Hill acquired the property in two separate transactions 17 years ago, paying 13.75 million for both, according to Nashville's Tennessean newspaper. More information is available via Fridrich & Clark Realty.

McGraw and Hill have just released a new duet, "Speak to a Girl," which they debuted on the ACM Awards in early April. It's the first single from their first-ever joint album, which is expected in 2017, and it's the first project for each of them under new deals with Sony. The couple recently launched their 2017 Soul2Soul Tour, which runs through October and boasts a rotating roster of opening acts that includes Brothers Osborne, Jon Pardi, Chris LaneMaggie RoseCam and more.

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