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The Outlaw Jesse James’ Former Nashville Home is up for Sale

The former home of the outlaw Jesse James is currently on the market.

Known as the Hyde-Stephens house, the home was built by the Hyde family constructed in 1860. The house later served as the home of James and his brother Frank. The two brothers lived in the home from 1877 to 1881.

According to Curbed, the historic Nashville home is currently listed at $439,000. 

The home’s interior and exterior contains original ornamentation and proportioned rooms. The property also recently underwent major renovations.

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Jesse James
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Jesse James
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Imagine preparing a dinner in this beautiful kitchen. Even the dining area will make for an exciting place to have a morning breakfast or dinner with guests, especially with the dining room’s natural lighting.

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Jesse James
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Jesse James
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Jesse James
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The bathroom has a very modern design, making it easier to get ready in the mornings for work.

Measuring at 2,244 square feet, the home sits on a comfortable acre of land. The backyard serves as the perfect area for a cookout or other leisure activities with the family.

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Jesse James
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Although the home is boasting its history, the inside feels almost brand new. With beautiful bedrooms and living room, the house feels almost brand new.

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Jesse James
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Jesse James
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Check out the listing here.

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The Outlaw Jesse James’ Former Nashville Home is up for Sale