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Some of ABC's smutty new fall programming may not be long for this world, but Nashville has been hand-selected—and by the New Yorker, no less—as one to keep an eye on. Fans will want to scrounge up $19.5M immediately if they're to ever own a piece of what could eventually be TV history: the mansion featured on the show. According to the blog Hooked on Houses, many of the scenes—including those in the kitchen—were filmed in this Nashville, Tenn., home, which was designed by local architect Mark Harrison and decorated rather stuffily by Mary Spalding. It's here where Connie Britton's Rayna James lives; the family drama, both personal and political, unfolds beneath the vaulted ceilings, massive stone arches, and exposed brick of the 20,500-square-foot estate. The 24-room mansion sits on six acres and was first listed for $22.5M in 2010—perhaps the saucy boob tube connection will help the place sell? Cat-eyed teen singing sensation not included.
· 1358 Page Road, Nashville, Tenn. [Zillow]
· For Sale: Rayna's Country Music Mansion From "Nashville" [Hooked on Houses]
· All From Curbed Marketplace posts [Curbed National]