Randy Houser is selling his mansion outside of Nashville, and from the looks of the pictures, it's worth every dime of the asking price.

The 4-bedroom, 4-bathroom French country-style house also has two half-baths, with footage totaling 7,093 square feet. It's listed at $1,499,000, which breaks down to monthly payments of $6,539 with a down payment of $299,800, according to the listing with Cory Holman of Compass in the Gulch.

That price includes a living room with vaulted ceilings and a fireplace, as well as an entertainer's kitchen that features two built-in refrigerators, three dishwashers, an icemaker, warming drawer, double ovens and a separate butler's kitchen. The property also boasts an outdoor kitchen and screened-in porch with a fireplace, a seven-car garage, a laundry room with a separate pet grooming station and more.

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The master bedroom has a walk-out porch and a massive master bathroom, and there's also a large walk-in closet. The house sits on more than 13 very secluded acres in Rutherford County, about an hour away from Nashville. The fully-fenced property also includes a pond and a party barn.

Holman tells Nashville's Tennessean newspaper that Houser and his wife, Tatiana, decided to sell the house and move to Nashville so they could be closer to family after the birth of their son, Huckleberry, in June.

Houser released his most recent album, Magnolia, in January. The album's first single is "What Whiskey Does."

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