Johnny Cash's Former Tennessee Estate is Up For Sale for $3.95 Million

The four-acre Hendersonville, Tenn. lakefront estate where Johnny Cash and June Carter Cash lived for over 30 years is up for sale.

The Tennessean reports that the property, located at 200 Caudill Drive in Hendersonville, is listed for $3.95 million -- over three times its previous appraisal.

The country music couple lived at the estate until 2003, when they passed away four months apart. The Cash home burned down in 2007.

The property includes a swimming pool, tennis court and a 546 square-foot cabin.

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Bee Gees member Barry Gibb previously owned the property until he sold it in 2014 to a Texas businessman. The estate was put back on the market in 2016. The Tennessean reports that the property was appraised last month and found to be worth than it was previously listed for.

Last year, Johnny Cash's mother's house (located across the street from the Cash estate) was put on the market with an asking price of $845,000. Johnny and June spent their last days in the house, known as the "Mama Cash Home."

If $3.95 million is out of your price range, you can still get an up close look at another Johnny Cash property at the Storyteller's Museum in Bon Aqua, Tenn.

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Johnny Cash's Former Tennessee Estate is Up For Sale for $3.95 Million