Top Most Expensive Homes for Sale in Tennessee

Boasting one of the hottest residential markets in the country with Nashville, Tennessee’s real estate market is on an upwards swing. Named the strongest housing market in the country twice in 2016 by Freddie Mac, Nashville outranked similar-sized cities such as Austin and Charlotte. Northeast Tennessee has been generating some pretty impressive stats as well, with inventory hitting a 13-month low and prices hitting a 6-month high in the first quarter of 2017.

As Nashville continues to be the state’s hottest housing market, it’s no surprise that Tennessee’s most expensive homes for sale right now are clustered around the city on the Cumberland. Ranging in price from $8.9 million to $18.5 million, these luxurious homes are all about high-end country living with vast estates featuring rolling pastures, equestrian facilities, party barns, antebellum homes and recording studios – they don’t call it Music City for nothing!

Located in affluent Nashville neighborhoods such as Green Hills and in well-to-do metro communities such as Franklin and Murfreesboro, these homes redefine what life and your home can offer when you live in Tennessee’s #1 wealthiest county – Williamson, incidentally also the  7th wealthiest county in the country. With thousands of square feet of starchitect-designed living space and manicured sprawling acreages, these pricey homes abound with luxurious finishes such as professional grade appliances, rare woods, imported marbles, swanky security features and state-of-the-art recording studios.

In fact, you might stumble across some country stars’ homes, including Tennessee’s most expensive home for sale right now! The 600+ acre estate has several historic buildings onsite and is currently the home of a country music power couple with more than 80 million albums sold between them.


801 Mooreland Lane, Murfreesboro

Asking price: $8,900,000

Originally listed for $11.9 million, this Murfreesboro stunner is touted as a “world class estate with every amenity you can dream of.” With both indoor and outdoor pools, a fitness center, yoga and dance room, indoor basketball court and bowling alley, a spa complete with sauna and steam shower as well as tennis courts, one can’t really disagree. The 23,084-square-foot home includes 6 bedrooms, including guest quarters with private entrance.



2281 Old Hickory Boulevard, Nashville

Asking price: $8,995,000

Featuring a 4,000-square-foot party barn/guest house, riding ring and horse barn, this 16-acre equestrian estate hits that sweet spot between country farm and city living in a park-like setting. Located just 3 minutes from Harpeth Hills Golf Course, the 6-bed estate comprises a 10,898-square-foot main residence with a pool, spa, 5 fireplaces and green house.


5137 Waddell Hollow Road, Franklin

Asking price: $9,800,000

With 332 acres of private hunting preserve and wildlife sanctuary, it’s no wonder that this cozy 1,824-square-foot property is among Tennessee’s most expensive homes on the market right now. Just 5 minutes away from Franklin, mature hardwood trees, springs and creeks abound on the estate, with the cozy 3-bedroom cottage secluded in their midst for utter privacy.


2325 Golf Club Lane, Nashville

Asking price: $10,000,000

Located in Nashville’s upscale Green Hills neighborhood, the 20,000-square-foot Chateau di Amore is a home fit for a music star with its detached 4,000-square-foot recording studio. Dubbed the Last Dollar Studio, the facility is the brainchild of studio starchitect Michael Cronin and current owner and country superstar Big Kenny of Big & Rich fame. Other swanky amenities in the country celebrity’s home include an authentic 19th century Irish pub, a 14-seat dining room with views into a 1,000-bottle wine cellar, heated saltwater pool, custom jacuzzi and bocce ball court.


6868 Rocky Mountain Parkway, Piney Flats

Asking price: $10,500,000

Originally built in 1833, this 4,419-square-foot antebellum has undergone significant renovation work to restore its original beauty and add modern conveniences such as a mud room and 2-car garage. The property features 3 fireplaces, a sun room and a bevy of finishes manufactured from wood harvested onsite, including walnut and cherry. The 159-acre estate also includes a guest cottage complete with fireplace, and a silo.


625 Westview Avenue, Nasvhille

Asking price: $11,950,000

Built in 2008 on 2 acres of minutely manicured grounds, this 16,050-square-foot home sits in Belle Meade, one of the most exclusive Nashville neighborhoods. With 8 bedrooms, 7 fireplaces, elevator, multiple walk-in closets, guest quarters, wet bar, coffered ceilings, pool, 4-car garage and some truly swanky finishes, this home fits right into the neighborhood. And we haven’t even mentioned the property’s geothermal heating and cooling system or its spectacular wine cellar.


6286 Cox Road, Arrington

Asking price: $12,500,000

This 126-acre equestrian estate and working farm is the ideal home for those who’d like to enjoy country living in style. Featuring an all-brick, 5,400-square-foot Colonial home, the 5-bed estate also includes a party barn, dressage ring, stocked ponds and Quanset hut.



615 River Road, Kingston

Asking price: $15,500,000

Overlooking the Tennessee River from high up on a hilltop, this brick New Orleans Colonial provides some pretty amazing views from not one, but two wraparound verandas. The 3,306-square-foot, 4-bedroom property also includes a sundeck, pool, fireplace, whirlpool, wet bar, boat ramp and 94 acres of private grounds.


5205 Still House Hollow Road, Franklin

Asking price: $17,900,000

Dubbed an “outdoorsman’s paradise,” Still House Hollow Farms is an impressive 550-acre estate featuring a 15,000-square-foot manor house built by Nashville-based Jim Mullowney, with some of the timbers salvaged from the Meridian, Miss. Opera House. The grand estate includes a 15-acre stocked lake, equestrian facilities, 21 miles of riding trails, conservatory, pool and pool house, 2-bed log guest house, writers cabin, camp cabin, lodge with office and meeting spaces, 8-car garage, fishing huts, smokehouse, ponds, not to mention the state-of-the-art recording studio and jaw-dropping wine cellar.



4009 Carters Creek, Franklin

Asking price: $18,500,000

Currently owned by country music royalty Faith Hill and Tim McGraw, this 622-acre estate was once home to country legend Hank Williams as well. There are 6 homes on the property, including the historic Beachwood Hall built in 1856 – also known as the H.G.W. Mayberry House – and the 3-bed Samuel S.Morton House, both of which are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The other homes include two cabins and 2 caretaker’s cabins. The grand estate also features equestrian facilities, including a historic barn, stables, rolling pastures and ponds.

Methodology:  In order to determine which were the most expensive homes for sale in Tennessee, we looked at all residential properties listed for sale, taking into account condo, co-op, single- and two-family homes. All package deals were excluded.

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Eliza Theiss

Eliza Theiss

Eliza Theiss is a senior writer reporting real estate trends in the US. Her work has been cited by CBS News, Curbed, The Los Angeles Times, and Forbes among others. With an academic background in journalism, Eliza has been covering real estate since 2012. Before joining PropertyShark, Eliza was an associate editor at Multi-Housing News and Commercial Property Executive. Eliza writes for both PropertyShark and CommercialEdge. Reach her at [email protected]

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