Four Williamson County properties (three in Franklin and one in Arrington) have been deemed the most expensive Tennessee homes currently on the market, reports Propertyshark.com.

The real estate website found the 10 most expensive homes for sale in Tennessee. The homes range in price from $8.9 million to $18.5 million and include amenities like equestrian facilities, party barns, antebellum homes and recording studios.

As Williamson County is the 7th wealthiest county in the country, it comes as no surprise that several of the most expensive homes in Tennessee can be found in Williamson County.

Here’s a look at the four local homes that made the list:

8th Most Expensive
5137 Waddell Hollow Road, Franklin
$9,800,000

  • 332 acres of private hunting preserve and wildlife sanctuary
  • Cozy 3-bedroom cottage secluded in their midst for utter privacy

4th Most Expensive
6286 Cox Road, Arrington
$12,500,000

  • 5,400-square-foot Colonial home
  • Party barn
  • Dressage ring
  • Stocked ponds
  • Working Ranch

2nd Most Expensive
5205 Still House Hollow Road, Franklin
$17,900,000

  • Dubbed an “outdoorsman’s paradise”
  • 550 acres
  • 15,000-square-foot
  • 15-acre stocked lake
  • 21 miles of riding trails
  • Pool and pool house
  • Fishing huts
  • State-of-the-art recording studio
  • Wine Cellar

Most Expensive
4009 Carters Creek, Franklin
$18,500,000

  • 600+acres
  • Historical buildings on site
  • Owned by Faith Hill & Tim McGraw (previous owner was Hank Williams)
  • 6 homes on the property

 

PropertyShark.com provides real estate tools, data and insights for real estate professionals, home buyers and investors across the country.  In order to determine which were the most expensive homes for sale in Tennessee, PropertyShark.com looked at all residential properties listed for sale, taking into account condo, co-op, single- and two-family homes. All package deals were excluded. Learn more about PropertyShark.com here.

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