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A Nashville-Area Property Once Owned by Tim McGraw and Faith Hill to List for $16.5 Million

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The Nashville-area estate once owned by married country stars Tim McGraw and Faith Hill is listed for $16.5 million.

Faith Hill and Tim McGraw in 2022.


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The approximately 130-acre property is located about 30 miles southwest of Nashville, according to Fridrich & Clark Realty listing agent Steve Fridrich. Prior to its sale to its current owner, it was part of a nearly 750-acre farm owned by McGraw and Hill, but records show it has since been sold. Representatives for McGraw and Hill declined to comment.

Bryan and Karin Tarp, who moved to Tennessee from Houston, bought the land from the Celeb couple in 2014 for about $3 million and then spent about $13 million to build it, according to oil and gas company. Investor Tarp said.

Completed in 2019, the Georgian-style main house measures approximately 11,500 square feet and has 5 bedrooms. It has arched doors and windows, a wood-paneled den and a sunroom, Terp said.

The property has a three-bedroom guest house that was completed in 2017 and was inhabited by the family before the main house was completed, Terp said. An underground tunnel leads from the guesthouse to a barn where he has four stalls, and the family keeps his two donkeys and his one pet pig. He said there are several goat cages and chicken coops.

The estate also has a pool, 2-3 car garage, wooden lot, and pasture. Terp started a small ranching company on the property with his two oldest daughters, teaching the trade, and their cattle lived and graze on the property.

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The property has a guest house, which is connected via underground tunnels to four stall barns. real kit (4)

Terps hasn’t decided on a location because his family is scattered across the country, but he said he’s selling it because he’s looking for a home closer to his family.

Nashville’s luxury home sales in June, July and August fell 27.9% from the same period last year, according to real estate brokers. redfin.

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