Jason Aldean is moving out, or from the looks of it, he's moved out. The singer and his wife, Brittany Kerr, are selling Blackjack Ridge, a 4,000-square-foot home on 1,400 acres southwest of Nashville.

The "Any Ol' Barstool" singer is asking $4.6M for the house, which includes many amenities for the hunter and outdoors lover. Blinds, streams, high game fences, cleared land, off-road trails and a large barn are all part of the package. The inside is decked out in hardwood. There's a deer rack at every station at the kitchen bar and several others throughout the home. Outside, the place seems to be teeming with deer. Several photos on the property's dedicated website show deer roaming about.

The place is advertised as a hunter's paradise, complete with several outbuildings and a luxury gentleman's lodge. The six-bedroom, five-and-a-half-bathroom house is in Hickman County. You'll know you've arrived when you spot the large Blackjack Ridge sign out front. Aldean's logo is etched into the sign and several other furnishings.

It's not clear why Aldean and Kerr moved out. During a recent ask anything interview, Kerr revealed she's not a fan of Aldean's hunting. Indeed, photos of the place do show a property that lacks a woman's touch, although it's mostly unfurnished save a few mementos from the singer's career. In recent Instagram photos on Kerr's page, the couple appear to be in a different home.

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