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Florida Georgia Line's Brian Kelley is Selling His Sprawling Nashville Home

Located in the hills of Tennessee, 25-minutes from downtown Nashville sits Florida Georgia Line's Brian Kelley's 70-acre compound where he and his wife, Brittney Cole, were married five years ago. From the property's website, it's easy to see how this magical, woodsy home made for the perfect wedding venue. The land, complete with six home structures and surrounding hike and bike trails, is currently listed at $6.24 million.

"The Shack" is a 1,500 square-foot house with a master suite designed by Bobby McAlpine with plenty of outdoor space and a rustic-chic interior. Two other homes at about 4,000 and 2,600 square feet sit around this building, but "The Shack" is regarded as the main house by Kelley.

"The shack is magical," Kelley told the Tennessean. "It is the greatest indoor-outdoor architecture design we have seen, nuzzled into the side of the mountain."

"Our inspiration was to be as natural as possible and camouflage into the woods," says Kelley. "Our interior design inspiration has always been combining mine and Brittney's love and travels. Our living space is inspired by everywhere we have gone and everyone we have met."

"The Treehouse" is Kelley's special edition to the compound built in 2014 and featured on the Animal Planet show "Treehouse Masters." It holds a recording studio space and a bedroom (complete with a round bed) that can be accessed via a sturdy bridge from "The Shack."

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The 1,100-square-foot "Party Barn" contains a full bar and hangout space along with a lofted bedroom for guests to stumble up into.

There are also three garage doors that can open up to welcome the beautiful natural surroundings.

Drive through the property and you'll come across "The Rusty Saloon," a small building containing a bar. The structure sits next to a nice firepit, perfect for storytelling and singalongs.

And last, but not least, there's the "Dog House." A four-bedroom, three-bath, 2,600-square-foot abode with its own private gate and driveway, perfect for guests who want to stay a while and feel right at home.

Kelley hasn't given any indication as to why he and his wife are selling the unique compound. The property is listed by the Bodden Sisters, and at this time, its exact location is unknown. Since there's so much more of this fun and mysterious property to be seen, check out the tour video below.

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