Johnny Cash’s Sprawling Tennessee Property Hits Housing Market
If you’re looking to move, boy, do we have the house for you! Sitting for sale on four acres of land in Hendersonville, TN with nearly 14,000 sq. ft. is the estate that Johnny Cash and June Carter Cash shared during their 35 year marriage.
The property hit the market as the current owner is reportedly battling health issues but wants to make sure the next buyer preserves the history of the grounds.
In addition to being the residence of the country couple, the lakeside property was also featured in the 2004 musical-biographical drama Walk The Line, featuring Joaquin Phoenix, Reese Witherspoon, Ginnifer Goodwin and Robert Patrick. The property was also known to host Cash’s “guitar pulls,” where you’d have to sing in order to get dinner. Many guests of those events included Paul McCartney, Waylon Jennings, George Jones, Shel Silverstein, The Statler Brothers and many more.
Although the home burned down in 2007 after a devastating fire, many of the original features are still intact. Among the remaining features is the home’s original foundation, the pool, dock and June’s bell garden.
Check out photos of the property below and see the home in Cash’s 2003’ music video for “Hurt.”
While there is no listing price, Realtor Stan Peacock says, “we know it’s going to be in the multimillions.”