Hank Williams Jr. Puts His $2.8 Million Tennessee Estate Up For Sale


Country music icon Hank Williams Jr. is putting his Tennessee property on the market for $2.8 million.

This impressive plantation-style home, complete with five bedrooms and seven bathrooms, was custom-built for Williams over two decades ago.

Inside Hank Williams Jr.’s Custom Built Home

Nestled on 33.7 acres of beautiful countryside in Springville, Tennessee, the property is a dream location for nature lovers, with abundant wildlife and a 2-acre duck impoundment. The main residence itself is a sight to behold, featuring luxurious details such as hardwood cherry-finished maple floors, cherry cabinets, oak doors, and even 200-year-old reclaimed Douglas Fir, according to the home’s listing.

The estate also offers a 6,000-square-foot exercise facility complete with its own bathroom. Other amenities include a workshop, a spacious 14 x 14 gun vault, a screened-in porch, and a luxurious saltwater pool with an automatic pool cover and a pool house for relaxation and entertainment.

It seems Hank Williams Jr.’s gated property is in high demand, as reports suggest it didn’t stay on the market for long. Despite being listed just a few days ago for $2.8 million, the sizable estate has already received a contingent offer. Interestingly, the home’s listing history reveals a fluctuation in price, starting at $3.275 million in 2022 before dropping to $2.8 million in 2023. After being temporarily removed from the market, it reappeared this month and was swiftly snapped up by a buyer.

See inside Hank Williams Jr.’s incredible Tennessee estate below.


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