Sheryl Crow’s Tennessee Ranch Gets a Pricechopper; Now Asking $3.85 million
Sheryl Crow, the country music sensation has reportedly given her Tennessee ranch another pricechopper. The 51- acre estate is now asking $3.8 million, according to reports.
Crow has been trying to sell of the place for about three years now. The large estate (the 147 acres) was first listed in 2010 for $7.5 million. However, failing to sell over a year, the price was reduced to $4.5 million and the lot size was also cut down to the current 51 acres. Apparently, 147 acres was too large to sell in one deal, reports the Zillow Blog.
According to property records, the current asking price is inclusive of a 10,433 square feet main residence, a 14-stall horse barn, an outdoor pool and an indoor arena. The rest 96 acres and a guesthouse are being sold separately.
The residence has mixed flooring and ceilings, with wooden doors and glass windows.
The listing at Zillow describes the place as:
Remarkable home on 51 acre equestrian property. Estate home w. pool & staff qtrs, guest house, fine 14 stall barn, indoor arena, sheds & storage buildings. Level to gently rolling pasture.
Check out the pictures of the residence and the property, here.
Crow is not only having trouble sell her Nashville ranch but is also struggling to unload her house in Hollywood Hills, Los Angeles. More recently, she dropped the asking price of the residence to $12.4 million from $15 million.
That residence is spread over an expanse of 11 acres. The gated property has three early century styled homes. The main house comprises of 4 bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms that have all undergone renovation. The other unit on the property is a 3 bedroom-3 bathroom cottage that Crow used as a guest house. Another sprawling bungalow comprising of 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms has brilliant white oak flooring.
Read more on the property, here.
While Crow is struggling to get some real estate off her back, her real home lies in music- country music. The crooner recently gave a free concert at the Canadian Pacific train yard in Cottage Grove helping the charitable firm raise $140,000, reports Pioneer Press.