Tim McGraw and Faith Hill are selling their remaining Nashville property. The queen and king of country music recently sold off their Nashville estate for the large sum of $20 million. And now the couple has decided to relist the remaining property as two separate parcels for a total of $18.5 million.
The least expensive parcel, an antebellum-style referred to as Beachwood Hall, is listed at $8.5 million. The home, which was built four years prior to the Civil War, is priced lower due to renovation needs. But the three-bedroom, three-bathroom house is still a wonderful slice of country anyone would love.
The second house, known as the Samuel Morton house, lies on 3,063 acres of land and includes a barn and guesthouse. It was built in the 1800s and is listed at $10 million. It has three bedrooms, four bathrooms, hardwood flooring, brick fireplaces and a farmhouse kitchen any country lover would envy.