An iconic piece of property is now on the market- the former lakeside property of Johnny and June Cash.

This lakeside estate was the home that Johnny and June shared for nearly all of their 35-year marriage.

Highlighted in the film ‘Walk The Line’, the home was where the star retreated for his infamous 1960 detox, where Kris Kristofferson epically landed his helicopter in a desperate plea for Cash’s attention and where countless guests visited the family, including Bob Dylan, Billy Graham, Al Gore and even former President Ronald Reagan. It’s also where Johnny hosted his legendary “guitar pulls,” informal, star-studded jams, in the late ’60s and early ’70s and where he sat for his final music video “Hurt.”

Unfortunately, the main house on the property was destroyed in a fire back in 2007, but there are original remaining structures that still exist on the property that includes a pool, dock, stone wall, and a three car garage that has been converted into an apartment.

Owner, James Gresham, who purchased the home just over two years ago is selling the property just outside of Hendersonville with the hopes that the new owner will preserve the property. No listing price has been set. And if you purchased the home, your neighbors would include Connie Smith & Marty Stuart, Richard Sterban (The Oak Ridge Boys), and Roy Orbison.

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