Much like Alan Jackson’s home, I can’t count the number of times I’ve been to George Jones’ house.
Like thousands of others, we visited the home of George and Nancy Jones during the Christmas holidays each year. Their Christmas light display was truly amazing.
And if friends were in town, we made a point to take them as well. It was one of the highlights on our holiday lights tour around Nashville.
George Jones recently put his Williamson County home up for sale (4025 Nestledown Drive, Franklin, TN 37067).
Asking price is $15 million. In comparison, Alan Jackson’s house sold for $28 million in Williamson County.
At $28 million, it [Alan Jackson’s house] is the single biggest residential sale in the Nashville area since the late ’90s. The previous record holder was Tanya Tucker’s 500-acre Williamson County home, which she sold in 2007 for $11.4 million. It is now being turned into a golf course, with her home serving as the clubhouse. Source
Following are some photos, videos and fun facts about George Jones’ house…
George Jones’ Country Gold Estate
Country Gold Estate is reminiscent of a personal park complete with breathtaking landscaping and professional, exterior lighting.Source
- 9,704 square feet
- 78 acres of land
- 4 bedrooms
- 6-1/2 bathrooms
- 18 year old home
- salt water pool
- 2 lakes on the property
- 5 large outbuildings
- 2 recently remodeled guest homes or caretaker residences
- 9-stall barn
- large outdoor entertaining area with kitchen, fireplace and TV
- Originally purchased in 1990 for $83,900.
Videos Of George Jones’ Country Gold Estate
Photos Of George Jones’ Country Gold Estate
- 20-Photo Gallery Of George Jones’ Home
- 18 Photos Inside & Outside Of George Jones’ House
- 50-Photo Slideshow Of George Jones’ Estate
It was a special treat for me to see George Jones performing at the Williamson County Fair a few years ago.
UPDATE: George Jones’ home and property were sold in 2 separate transactions: (1) $1.98 million for the 9,651 sq. ft. home and 25 acres; (2) $2.4 million for 54 acres of land.
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