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Over a decade has come and gone since the world lost one of most impactful figures to ever hit not only country music, but the art form as a whole.
Along with the legacy of his music, Johnny Cash left his iconic Tennessee lakeside estate in his wake. The home historically shared by Cash and June Carter for nearly their entire 35 year long marriage is finally on sale for a staggering $3.95 million.
The current owner James Gresham purchased the home from Bee Gees frontman Barry Gibb following the fire that devastated the property back in 2007 with hopes of restoring it back to its original condition. However, due to health complications, the property is back on the market.
Cash purchased the 4-plus acre property wrapped along Old Hickory Lake in Hendersonville, Tennessee back in 1968. The coveted property highlighted in the 2005 film Walk the Line has welcomed prominent guests from former President Ronald Reagan to country music legend George Jones. Additionally, the lakefront property also housed the shooting for Cash’s final music video, “Hurt.”
You can check out Johnny Cash’s video for “Hurt” below featuring the estate.