Tim McGraw and Faith Hill’s former farm hits the market this week for almost $10 million


In Williamson County, Tennessee there is a 135-acre farm that has just hit the market. You may know, or at least have heard of, the former owners.

Earlier this year, country power couple Faith Hill and Tim McGraw began selling off parts of their 750-acre home. This year’s first listing went for $15 million dollars.


Photo via Faith Hill’s Facebook Page

The 135-acres is the most recent to hit the market. This listing includes more than 10 barns and a log cabin. It is priced at $9.9 million.


Photo via McEwen Group’s website

The Samuel S. Morton cabin is over 3,000 square feet and has six fireplaces and three bedrooms. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and was one of the largest plantations in the county.

The McEwen Group is handling the sale.

Story via Tennessean

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