Kenny Chesney Buys a $9M Luxury Home

  According to Radar Magazine, Kenney Chesney has decided to buy a second home in Nashville for around $9M. The reports are a little vague as they described t...

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Kenny Chesney Buys a $9M Luxury Home

Posted by Gary Ashton: RE/MAX ADMIN on Sunday, January 10th, 2010 at 10:21pm.

 

According to Radar Magazine, Kenney Chesney has decided to buy a second home in Nashville for around $9M. The reports are a little vague as they described the home as "The brand new Tuscan-style house sits on 30 acres in the Nashville suburb of Franklin."

Well, Franklin isn't a suburb of Nashville and I haven't been able to find any recent sales that match that property profile. There has been talk that Kenny also bought another country music stars home for considerably more but that appears to have been another rumor!

Kenny will certainly have his pick of luxury homes in the Nashville and Greater Nashville area, including Brentwood, Franklin and Hendersonville, as after the recession there are quite a few substantial price reductions that have made these home even more attractive.

If any one else has news of Kenny's purchase...let me know! ;)

Gary :)

 

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2 Responses to "Kenny Chesney Buys a $9M Luxury Home"

Barbara Blackwood wrote: Hello, Legend has it that Kenny Chesney purchased Alan Jackson's 49 million dollar estate on Moran Road. Is this not true? It's going from ear to ear all over Nashville...

Posted on Monday, January 11th, 2010 at 2:13pm.

Enna wrote: No Barbara he didn't buy Alan Jackson's place someone in insurance bought it. He bought Bella Luce.

Alan Jackson's house was for sale for 38 million but I believe he took much less than the asking price.

I think some people think of Franklin as a suburban type area and generally smaller nicer communities outside a large city (such as nashville) are considered to be suburbs. Perhaps you might want to check your facts because by definition Franklin is a suburb of nashville.

Posted on Sunday, January 16th, 2011 at 5:28am.

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