Your favorite country stars may be down-home boys and girls at heart, but that doesn’t mean they don’t love living the high life! Whether they settle down in the country or a penthouse apartment, the best names in country music have some pretty grand homes to match their fame and success. Once they hit the big time, there’s no stopping them from going after a mansion on a hill, and can you blame them?
Alan Jackson’s Nashville Mansion
Although he sold it in 2010 to downsize, Alan Jackson and his family lived in this mansion on a hill in Franklin, Tennessee (just south of Nashville) for several years. The home was the perfect balance of country and classy on the inside- just like Jackson himself!
Miranda Lambert and Blake Shelton’s Nashville Home
This beautiful home even has a separate, air-conditioned house for the couple’s beloved dogs. Miranda wants her pups to live well, too!
Kix Brooks’ Modern-Meets-Rustic Nashville House
This home may have some modern design, but it still has plenty of country charm that makes Kix Brooks and his wife feel at home.
Trisha Yearwood’s Nashville Cottage
It may look like a small, cozy cottage from the outside, but don’t let it fool you. Trisha Yearwood had lived in this lavish home before she married fellow country star Garth Brooks. Before she sold the home, Trisha filmed her cooking show in this home’s quaint but spacious kitchen.
Kenny Rogers’ Mediterranean Atlanta Home
This home may be in the southern state of Georgia, but it certainly has ample international flair.
Sheryl Crow’s Solar-Powered Nashville Farm
Rock-star-turned-country-artist Sheryl Crow lived in this home on a large piece of land in Nashville, Tennessee for more than seven years. Not only is it a beautiful place to live—it’s also environment-friendly, too!
Tim McGraw and Faith Hill’s Nashville Estate
This country home is situated on farmland in a suburb of Nashville. Originally built in the 1850s, one of country music’s long-standing power couples has called it home for a while. Late night television host Jimmy Kimmel paid them a visit in this luxurious log house in late 2014.
Dolly Parton’s Hollywood Bungalow
This home may be in West Hollywood, but the queen of country music didn’t hesitate to put her country touches throughout. It was never her primary residence, but it’s one of more than 15 homes that Parton owns in the United States.