Wow! Johnny Cash’s former home in Tennessee. Work of art! $3,295,000

 

This house is like a work of art! The main house was built for Johnny and June Cash by master builder, Braxton Dixon. Some structure on the property was built in 1810. It is located on 5.84 acres in Hendersonville, Tennessee. The house is beautiful with wide boards, hardwood floors, vaulted ceilings and slate floors. There is the main house, two guest houses, tea house and an old smoke house. Braxton Dixon was known as the builder for the stars. Six bedrooms, five bathrooms and 3,106 square feet. $3,295,000

Contact Steven Myers with Fridrich and Clark Realty

From the Zillow listing:

Never again will you get the opportunity to own such an important piece of history. Sycamore Homestead is the home compound of master builder Braxton Dixon. The main home was originally constructed for Johnny Cash. Historians and purveyors of country music will go wild over this opportunity. Main house, 2 guest homes, barn, tea room and smoke house reconstructed from pre-civil war log structures relocated to this property. The slate floors were mined from the site. Huge and expansive timbers with original blacksmith created nails. Braxton Dixon was a master builder and stone mason known as the “builder for the stars” including Johnny and June Carter Cash, Roy Orbison, Donna Fargo, Don Pierce, president of Starday Records, Fred Foster, president of Monument Records, Marty Stuart and Connie Smith and countless others. Secluded on 5.8 acres, this complex is awaiting a creative old soul who is ready to bring this property back to life. Dare to dream.

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