Loretta Lynn’s Beautiful Nashville Estate Is Back On The Market

Loretta Lynn‘s beautiful home just outside of Nashville is back on the market after a deal with a prospective buyer fell through.

The 4-bedroom, 3-bathroom home in Kingston Springs, Tennessee, hit the market earlier this year after the Country Music Hall of Famer moved back to her ranch in Hurricane Mills, where she died on October 4. The Kingston Springs home was under contract, but fell through when they buyer didn’t end up selling their house, according to Taste of Country.

The stunning estate is on the market for just under $800,000, according to the listing held by Fridrich & Clark real estate agent Cheryl Ewing. The home sits on 5 acres in front of the Harpeth River and is “finished to a T.” Here are just some things featured in the 3,049-square-foot home:

  • Large entry foyer
  • Hardwood floors
  • Gorgeous staircase
  • Formal dining room
  • Living room
  • The
  • Sun room
  • Bonus room
  • Two-car garage
  • Aggregate driveway (fits 10 cars)
  • Granite counters
  • Custom cabinets

There’s also over 300 feet of waterfront access where you can canoe, kayak and fish.

Taste of Country reports other country music icons like Thomas Rhett spirit Jake Owen own property nearby.

The “You Ain’t Woman Enough” icon died in her sleep October 4 at her ranch in Hurricane Mills, Tennessee. She was 90 years old.


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