Walk the (Property) Line: Johnny Cash's Tennessee Home Is for Sale

Walk the (Property) Line: Johnny Cash's Tennessee Home Is for Sale

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Tara Bellucci
Jan 5, 2017

Hendersonville, Tennessee is home to a piece of musical history. The former property of Johnny Cash and June Carter is for sale.

Johnny and June moved into the lakeside home—just 20 minutes north of Nashville—in 1968, the year they were married, and lived there until their deaths in 2003. Johnny hosted his "guitar pulls" on the porch, and everyone from Paul McCartney to Bob Dylan to Al Gore came to visit.

Unfortunately, the original 14,000 square foot house burned down in 2007, but the stone foundation, garden, garage, wardrobe room, tennis court, and pool remain. The property was also formerly owned by disco legend Barry Gibb.

The current owner hasn't specified a listing price, but is looking for a buyer who wants to continue the Cash legacy.

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