Patsy Cline’s Nashville ‘Dream Home’ Sells — See Inside! [Pictures]
Patsy Cline's former home in Nashville recently sold for more than half a million dollars, and pictures offer a window into country music history.
The country icon's "dream home" in the Nashville suburb of Goodlettsville went up for sale in November of 2021 for an asking price of $549,900, and it sold almost immediately, closing on Dec. 29 for a final price of $540,000.
The country icon purchased the lavish-for-its-time house after she shot to fame in country music with a string of hits that included "Walking After Midnight," "I Fall to Pieces," "Crazy" and more. The original listing showed that the 2,770-square-foot, 4-bedroom, 3-bathroom home has been restored to original condition from 1965, including the bar counter emblazoned with "Patsy & Charlie."
The residence includes a combined living and dining room, an eat-in kitchen, a den with a fireplace and more. There's also a laundry room, a two-car garage and a roomy basement outfitted for socializing.
Fans will recognize the home from detailed recreations in several films about Cline's life and career. The house was something the singer considered a realization of one of her biggest lifetime goals, and it often served as a gathering place for some of country's top stars, including Cline's closest friend, Loretta Lynn, who named one of her daughters Patsy in her honor. Dottie West and June Carter Cash were among the other country music royalty who were frequent visitors to the historic home, which received a historical marker in January of 2019.
Online listings show that the $540,000 selling price breaks down to monthly payments of $2,885, or $195 per square foot. Scroll through the pictures below to see inside Patsy Cline's Nashville dream home, and keep on scrolling to see inside the former homes of Loretta Lynn and Tammy Wynette.
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