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Tim McGraw, Faith Hill asking $20M for Williamson County farm

Country music power couple Tim McGraw and Faith Hill have put their Williamson County farm on the market for $20 million.

The property at 4009 Carters Creek Pike sits on 753 acres. It includes a 3,330-square-foot restored log home, an antebellum home known as Beechwood Hall and a 12-stall barn with a caretaker residence, according to the listing.

The couple maintain a primary residence in Nashville, along other a variety of other real estate holdings.

“To find 750-plus acres in this type of location is a real find in itself,” said listing agent Steve Fridrich of Fridrich & Clark Realty, citing the property fronting three streets and proximity to Franklin and Leiper’s Fork, and an exit to State Route 840 among its appeals. “You have your privacy, but you can be minutes from Franklin.”

The couple purchased the property through a pair of transactions roughly 12 years ago, according tax records. They bought about 353 acres for $5 million from Cal Turner III and the other roughly 400 acres from Gerald Roberson for $8.75 million.

The property has a Franklin mailing address, but is actually located in Leiper’s Fork. Built in the mid-1850s, Beechwood Hall was part of Williamson County’s largest plantation and was at one time owned by another country legend, Hank Williams Sr.

Richard Exton of Manier and Exton Real Estate Appraisers in Nashville said the size of the property would require a significant number of workers to operate the farm and residences there. “It’s going to take a very special buyer,” Exton added. “I could imagine some up-and-coming country music star that has hit it big. It will probably appeal to him.”

Among other high-profile entertainers that have sold properties in recent years, Alan Jackson and his wife, Denise, sold their 135-acre property including 18,600 square feet of living space off Moran Road in Williamson for $28 million three years ago.

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