Historic Farm Once Owned by Faith Hill and Tim McGraw Hits the Market Outside Nashville

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Attention house hunters: A historic farm once owned by Tim McGraw and Faith Hill is on the market, and all you need is $10 million to call it your own.

The Samuel S. Morton house, located just outside of Nashville in Franklin, Tennessee, was recently listed for $9,995,000.

The farm was first listed in 2014 as part of the country couple's roughly 750-acre estate, which, according to USA Today, was eventually divided into multiple tracts.

The 135-acre property includes a 170-year-old log house, a spring-fed pond, and a 13-stall barn. Listing agent Dan McEwen calls it the "most desirable farmland in Middle Tennessee."

Anchoring the rolling pastures is a two-story, 3,300-square foot home that was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1988. Though the house's interior has been updated to include all the requisite modern amenities, the rough, log exterior reflects its history, as do the original fireplaces and exposed wood.

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