Faith and Tim’s Nashville estate sold to a Houston couple


Looks like when the McGraw's say "Meanwhile Back At Mama's" they won't be referring to a portion of their more than 750-acre Tennessee farm because it recently sold to a couple from Texas. 


The Tennessean reports that Brian and Carin Telp of Houston bought 131 acres for $3 million. The property is in the Leiper's Fork community near Franklin, Tenn., which is roughly 20 miles south of Nashville.

That's a hell of a conversation starter. "What have you been up to?" "Oh you know…just bought Tim McGraw and Faith Hill's big deal" The couple plans to build their own home on the place though so they can make their own memories there.

For those that still want to own a piece of this, The McGraw-Hill estate still has 621 acres which could be purchased as a whole or in two separate pieces. The property has 6 homes, including a restored log cabin and two caretaker homes, a 12 stall barn and pastures at a pricetag of $18.5 million.

If split in two, the $10 million listing would include 353 acres on which a historic "Samuel Morton House," barn and guest home reside. The remaining $8.5 million listing houses the "Beechwood Hall" antebellum home, a caretaker's homes and 268 acres.

Basically chump change.

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