2 BR, 2 BTH woodsy retreat outside Nashville ASKING PRICE $499,900

By Tricia Johnson
Updated May 31, 2001 at 04:00 AM EDT
Trisha Yearwood: Charlie Neibergall/AP/Wide World

Real live woman Trisha Yearwood is selling her country abode of seven years. Following her divorce from Maverick Robert Reynolds, she’s reportedly come to think the home holds too many memories. (The couple held their wedding reception there in 1994.) Built in 1987, the log cabin sits on 17 wooded acres and was literally constructed around a 15-by-17-foot copy of Rembrandt’s masterpiece ”The Night Watch” — the painting, which hangs in the living room, doesn’t fit through any of the house’s doors or windows, and will be included in the sale. The 4,100-square-foot home was built with materials salvaged from several antebellum homes and features antique stained glass and fixtures throughout. There’s a separate 1,300-square-foot guest house or caretaker’s quarters complete with kitchen, screened porch, and stone fireplace.

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