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Tammy Wynette’s former home First Lady Acres asks $5.5M after renovation

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The First Lady of Country Music is said to have penned “Woman to Woman” here

Exterior shot of low-slung contemporary home with wood-clad columns and pool.
First Lady Acres has been completely renovated, bringing the sprawling home into the 21st century.
Photos via 4121 Franklin Pike

Sometime’s it’s hard to be a woman, but having a fabulous home can make life a little better. Country music legend Tammy Wynette, aka the First Lady of Country Music, knew this well, bestowing upon the Nashville home George Jones bought for her as a wedding gift the moniker “First Lady Acres.” She lived there until 1992.

Now, after a major—and gorgeous—renovation by developer Meg Epstein and stylist Cheryl Underwood, First Lady Acres, which the team called “the embodiment of 1970s decor” (perhaps these photos will give us a glimpse?) is back on the market, and completely contemporary in that bright-white California style.

The sprawling nine-bedroom-nine-bath is tucked away on over eight private acres in Oak Hill and features nearly 10,000 square feet of open-plan living space, multiple fireplaces, hardwood floors, expansive windows, beautiful marble bathrooms, a stunning chef’s kitchen replete with a hearth and a wall of accordion glass doors, butler’s pantry with wine wall, formal dining, a “snuggery,” and a number of specialty rooms like a theater, steam room, exercise room, and a separate studio building with glass garage bay doors.

Not to mention the other incredible amenities like a pool, cabana, outdoor kitchen, fountain, putting green, and a helipad. The property even comes with a combination storm shelter and safe room. Oh, and Tammy’s fabulous closet has been largely left untouched. Located at 4121 Franklin Pike, the property is listed for $5,500,000.

Via: 4121 Franklin Pike