Tim McGraw and Faith Hill Selling Another of Their Tennessee Homes
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Tim McGraw and Faith Hill are dealing with a lawsuit related to one of their Tennessee homes. Now they are unloading another. The country couple is selling a Franklin property, which sits on 753 acres of land and has at least four occupant-worthy homes (out of six dwellings) nested on the land.
One of the homes on the property is Beechwood Hall aka the H.G.W. Mayberry House, which was built in 1856. It is listed in the National Register of Historic Places, further upping the value of the overall real estate, no doubt. There’s also a log cabin assembled in 1850.
In addition to those relics, there are four normal and modern homes to be inhabited. A look at the photos proves some of the others to be incredibly modest and not as much of a headturner as the main abode or the historical ones.
The property is so massive that people could be squatting and the owners might not notice.
The main property has three bedrooms and four-and-a-half baths. But this chunk of land is not just about the structures. It’s large enough to be a mini community!
The farm on the property was once owned by Hank Williams, further increasing its “wow” factor.
See more photos of the house here. But don’t go falling in love, unless you’ve got access to Fort Knox or a rich uncle, since the asking price is $20,000,000. That’s a lot of clams.