It looks like singer Taylor Swift is continuing to cut her ties to the country. The blonde-tressed 21-year-old currently owns two properties in Tennessee — a modern penthouse condo downtown and a large brick estate that just went back on the Nashville real estate market for $1.45 million.
Swift bought the 1925 mansion in September 2010, but in early 2011 she made the jump to the Golden Coast, picking up a Craftsman-style home in Beverly Hills for $3,550,000. The gated compound sits on 1.5 acres and was purchased by Swift, reportedly so she didn’t have to stay in hotels while in L.A.
Bursting onto the country pop scene with her hit “Tim McGraw,” Swift has had a host of number one songs as well as awards, including four Grammys, five Academy of Country Music awards, six Country Music Association awards and a staggering 12 Billboard Music Awards.
Although most celebs have multiple places they call home, Real Estalker speculates this home may have been the one Swift purchased for her parents and perhaps they — not her — decided to put it up for sale.
Regardless of the inhabitants, Taylor Swift’s Nashville mansion is back on the market for $50,000 more than it was purchased a year ago, although median Nashville home prices have dropped 7.8 percent year-over-year. According to the property listing, the home is priced below “actual cost” and the listing photos “do not reflect the latest renovations.”
Even without photos of the latest upgrades, the home is stunning. Built in 1941 and situated behind gates atop a curving gravel drive, the house has 4,929 square feet of living space, four bedrooms and five bathrooms.
Architectural details include original hardwood floors, custom woodwork and hand-crafted plaster ceilings.
The listing is held by Amy Smith of French Christianson Patterson.