But you need to place your bid soon. The property, which sits on 150 acres in Tennessee, is being auctioned off through Comas Montgomery Realty Auction Co. The auction closes November 23 and bidding is currently at $1 million. It’s anticipated to sell for about $7.5 million.
The property comes complete with a 10,264 square feet home, a 14-stall barn, and a covered arena with lighting and a sprinkler system.
Crow, who has been an advocate for wild horses, credits her horse Sally with helping her beat breast cancer.
There are plenty of photos of the house. But I know you really care about the barn. It’s nice, but maybe not as luxurious as I might expect for $7-plus million. The indoor is pretty impressive!
You can take a video tour through the house, too. The interesting stuff (barn and horses) comes at the end. Not too shabby a house, either.
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Who wants to go in on it??
Wow! I can’t even imagine having to dust that place….I’ll be in the barn!
This property is about a half an hour from me. Apparently, she’s selling to move closer in to Nashville.
It’s beautiful countryside, that’s for sure.