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Ronnie Dunn Buys Tennessee Horse Ranch for $2.25 Million

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Country icon Ronnie Dunn recently purchased a 6-acre Nashville horse ranch for $2.25 million, according to Realtor.com.

The property formerly belonged to Thomas F. Frist Jr, who happens to be the richest man in Tennessee. Frist and his wife live in a much nicer, $18 million estate in Belle Meade.

Frist’s property was on the market since 2008, but the 78-year-old co-founder of the Hospital Corporation of America was not in any hurry to sell it.

The country star’s new spread of land contains grassy meadows, a stream and a barn for horses. Dunn will likely build his own custom home on the property. Chances are he’ll also take advantage of the Harpeth Hills Golf Course just outside the property.

Dunn has also been trying to sell his own estate for some time. He first listed it back in 2014 and is still looking for a buyer. Currently listed at $9 million, the beautiful home has lots of custom details tailored to Dunn’s taste.

Photo: Realtor.com
Dunn’s Nasvhille estate is on the market. Photo: Realtor.com
Photo: Realtor.com
Photo: Realtor.com
Photo: Realtor.com
Photo: Realtor.com

Along with buying real estate, Ronnie Dunn is busy doing what he does best – being a top-notch country music star. His latest hit, “Damn Drunk,” is one his fans love and he’s hopefully preparing more new songs for them soon.

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