A rare piece of country music history is up for sale in Nashville. A historic home once occupied by a string of legends, hence nicknamed “Nashville’s Graceland,” has been listed for $3.5 million.
The gorgeous 4 bedroom, 4 bathroom estate sits on 13 acres near downtown Music City. According to the listing, the home is listed on the National Register of History Places.
Called the Smith-Carter Estate, the property has been called home by numerous music legends and Country Music Hall of Fame members. Carl Smith, June Carter and Johnny Cash, Marty Stuart, Mother Maybelle Carter, and Patsy Cline are just a few of them.
As can be expected when such iconic talent has occupied a home, the stories from the property are many. In fact, a plaque posted near the gated entrance says that June Carter Cash wrote her husband Johnny’s signature hit, “Ring of Fire,” on the property.
Built in 1925, Nashville’s Graceland features 3118 square feet, a large party barn, a swimming pool and, for the golf lovers, a replica of Augusta’s 12th hole.
See photos of the historical property and take a virtual tour below. Check out the full listing HERE.