Country music megastar Jason Aldean and his wife Brittany have put their Columbia, Tenn. mansion on the market at an asking price of $7.8 million. Sprawling across 120 acres, the rural 8,900 square foot home stands about 45 minutes from downtown Nashville and has everything from a wet bar and wine cellar to several horse paddocks.
In mid-July Brittany posted an Instagram photo of construction beginning on a piece of land with plenty of trees and a clear blue sky. "Looking at the land it's hard not to envision a place where our babies will run, laugh and play with each other for so many years to come... I can hardly wait to hear those little feet running down the halls," she wrote. Since this land will become the location of their new custom home, the Aldeans are moving away from their current house with their son Memphis and their recently announced baby-on-the-way. Now, we get to see inside their former home.
The main home holds 6 bedrooms and 8.5 bathrooms.
In the entry-way, visitors will find a fish tank created by the TV show "Tanked."
Oak floors are found throughout the beautiful home.
The in-law quarters provide a stunning second living space.
Outside, there's a full kitchen and pool complete with fountain.
In a detached 4,100 square foot building, guests can stay over comfortably with a kitchen and bar and two bedrooms. Oh, and there's also a couple of bowling lanes to pass the time.
Another amazing addition to the property is the 10,000+ square-foot horse barn. There are currently 10 horse stalls, a full bathroom, and several paddocks.
Aldean's rural Tennesse 120-acre estate surrounded by Flat Creek is currently for sale via Benchmark Realty by listing agent Andrew Day. You can find more photos and info about the house from its very own website. In case you were wondering, the listing also points out that there's "space available to build a helicopter pad if desired."