Tim McGraw and Faith Hill have put their Williamson County farm on the market, reports the Tennessean. Listed at $20 million, the farm includes a 3,330-square-foot restored log home, an antebellum home known as Beechwood Hall and a 12-stall barn with a caretaker residence.
“To find 750-plus acres in this type of location is a real find in itself,” listing agent Steve Fridrich of Fridrich & Clark Realty said. “You have your privacy, but you can be minutes from Franklin.”
The couple purchased the property through a pair of transactions about 12 years ago. About 353 acres were purchased for $5 million and the other 400 acres for $8.75 million. Built in the mid-1850s, Beechwood Hall was part of the county’s largest plantation and was once owned by Hank Williams, Sr.
Tim and Faith maintain a primary residence in Nashville with several other real estate holdings to their credit.