Nashville’s Most Expensive House In History Just Hit The Market For A Cool $65 Million


The most expensive home in the history of the Nashville housing market has just been put on the market for a cool $65 million.

5845 Old Highway 96 in Franklin (Nashville’s most popular neighborhood) has a total of 5 bedrooms, 9 baths, and 10,626 square feet sitting on over 383 acres.

According to the listing agent’s website, “The expansive grounds include two private lakes, walking and horse trails, a 2bd guest cottage, stables, a state-of-the-art swimming facility equipped with a retractable roof, tennis court, 188-tree orchard, greenhouse, an observation tower and an entertainment pavilion.”

Historically, the most expensive property transactions in Tennessee include the former home of country music star Alan Jackson in northern Williamson County, which sold for $28 million in 2010, and a King Lane property in south Williamson County, which fetched $27.5 million in 2019. Currently, a 60-acre estate on Chickering Road in Belle Meade, Nashville, is listed for $40 million.

What do you think about the property?