Trisha Yearwood Selling $4.5 Million Mansion: See Jaw-Dropping Photos Of The Historic Tennessee Home

Yearwood’s $4.5 million mansion sits on 4.42 acres of land in Brentwood, Tennessee. The house has five bedrooms, seven full bathrooms, three fireplaces, an extensive storage space, and walk-in cedar closets.

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Melinda Lorge

Melinda Lorge is a Nashville-based freelance writer who specializes in covering country music. Along with Music Mayhem, her work has appeared in publications, including Rare Country, Rolling Stone Country, Nashville Lifestyles Magazine, Wide Open Country and more. After joining Rare Country in early 2016, Lorge was presented with the opportunity to lead coverage on late-night television programs, including “The Voice” and “American Idol,” which helped her to sharpen her writing skills even more. Lorge earned her degree at Middle Tennessee State University, following the completion of five internships within the country music industry. She has an undeniable love for music and entertainment. When she isn’t living and breathing country music, she can be found enjoying time outdoors with family and friends.

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Posted on May 8, 2023

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Country music superstar and wife of Garth Brooks, Trisha Yearwood, has decided to put her longtime country home up on the market. Anyone interested in swooping up the property must have quite a bit of cash stashed away! 

Located at 9324 Concord Road on the outskirts of Nashville, Tenn., the historic estate is going for a whopping price of $4.5 million dollars. That price is likely a deal in Yearwood’s eyes as she has considered the home, which she purchased back in 2000 – just five years before she tied the knot with Brooks – to be her “sanctuary.” 

Trisha Yearwood Nashville Home; Photo Provided
Trisha Yearwood Nashville Home; Photo Provided

“I Was Looking For A Place That Would Be My Sanctuary”

“When I bought this house in 2000, I was looking for a place that would be my sanctuary,” Yearwood told PEOPLE in an exclusive interview. “The minute I stepped inside, I knew this was the place. Even when I moved to Oklahoma, I just couldn’t part with this house. Garth and I would make the house home base when we were in Nashville working on music or visiting friends.”

The author of 4 New York Times Best-Selling Cookbooks, including Georgia Cooking in an Oklahoma Kitchen and Trisha’s Kitchen: Easy Comfort Food for Friends and Family, even filmed her Emmy award-winning culinary series, Trisha’s Southern Kitchen, inside that very place that is, undoubtedly, a luxurious structure. The popular show ran for 17 seasons on the Food Network, and the “Walkaway Joe” singer filmed 11 of those seasons inside the home, which means she is, indeed, walking away from years of meal-making memories.

Trisha Yearwood Nashville Home; Photo Provided
Trisha Yearwood Nashville Home; Photo Provided

6,553 Square Foot Mansion On 4.42 Acres Of Land

Interested buyers of the property won’t just be stepping into a space full of memories, though. They will also become the new owners of a 6,553 Square Foot mansion that sits on 4.42 acres of land and comes equipped with five bedrooms, seven full bathrooms, three fireplaces, an extensive storage space, and walk-in cedar closets, according to a press release. 

Built-in 1920, the well-loved gated estate is situated in Williamson County’s Brentwood, Tenn. – a quaint suburb of Nashville. The gorgeous layout includes a fully-extended chef’s kitchen which features a six-burner cooktop, a top-of-the-line refrigerator and dishwasher, double ovens, and a warming drawer. Also, there are plenty of seating areas outfitted for the option of throwing and hosting parties or entertaining family members, friends, and guests. 

Trisha Yearwood Nashville Home; Photo Provided
Trisha Yearwood Nashville Home; Photo Provided

Dozens Of Celebrity Guests Visited The Nashville Home

Yearwood, of course, has had her fair share of celebrity guests who have walked through the space and enjoyed time with the country superstar. Some of those artists include Reba McEntire, Kelsea Ballerini, Ashley McBryde, Jason Isbell & Amanda Shires, Lauren Alaina, Kristin Chenoweth, Ricky Skaggs, Caylee Hammack, Food Network Stars, Jeff Mauro, Geoffrey Zakarian, Athletes including Danica Patrick, Nashville Predators, and the Harlem Globetrotters.

“Everyone loved filming there too because it was so comfortable,” Yearwood says of inviting special guests to be a part of her Trisha’s Southern Kitchen series. 

Trisha Yearwood, Kelsea Ballerini; Photo Provided
Trisha Yearwood, Kelsea Ballerini; Photo Provided

Upon entering the extensively remodeled and up-to-date-standards abode, visitors will find brick and hardwood flooring spread throughout the main floor.

Several rooms, aside from the bedrooms and full baths, occupy the residence, including a guest room on the main floor, a formal sitting area, a gathering room, a living room, a light-flooded sunroom and/or drop zone with unobstructed views of the private pool area, and a formal dining room. 

The stunning home also includes an elevator and an extra flex area that can be transformed into a media room. 

Trisha Yearwood; Photo Provided
Trisha Yearwood; Photo Provided

Outside features on the park-like grounds of the two-level white-painted estate include an in-ground swimming pool and pool bath with a kitchenette. Those who want to enjoy a cup of morning coffee and watch the sunrise have multiple views to choose from since the space features several porches for outdoor seating. 

The sprawling land is also adorned with 100+ year-old trees and a detached 2-car garage. Additionally, two gated entrances make access both private and easy. 

Of selling her beloved home, Yearwood says. “It’s bittersweet to sell this place that means so much to me…. It’s time.”

See Jaw-Dropping Photos of Trisha Yearwood’s $4.5 Million Mansion Below

Trisha Yearwood Nashville Home; Photo Provided
Trisha Yearwood Nashville Home; Photo Provided
Trisha Yearwood Nashville Home; Photo Provided
Trisha Yearwood Nashville Home; Photo Provided
Trisha Yearwood Nashville Home; Photo Provided
Trisha Yearwood Nashville Home; Photo Provided
Trisha Yearwood Nashville Home; Photo Provided
Trisha Yearwood Nashville Home; Photo Provided
Trisha Yearwood Nashville Home; Photo Provided
Trisha Yearwood Nashville Home; Photo Provided
Trisha Yearwood Nashville Home; Photo Provided
Trisha Yearwood Nashville Home; Photo Provided
Trisha Yearwood Nashville Home; Photo Provided
Trisha Yearwood Nashville Home; Photo Provided
Trisha Yearwood Nashville Home; Photo Provided
Trisha Yearwood Nashville Home; Photo Provided
Trisha Yearwood Nashville Home; Photo Provided
Trisha Yearwood Nashville Home; Photo Provided
Trisha Yearwood Nashville Home; Photo Provided
Trisha Yearwood Nashville Home; Photo Provided
Trisha Yearwood Nashville Home; Photo Provided
Trisha Yearwood Nashville Home; Photo Provided
Trisha Yearwood Nashville Home; Photo Provided
Trisha Yearwood Nashville Home; Photo Provided
Trisha Yearwood Nashville Home; Photo Provided
Trisha Yearwood Nashville Home; Photo Provided
Trisha Yearwood Nashville Home; Photo Provided
Trisha Yearwood Nashville Home; Photo Provided
Trisha Yearwood Nashville Home; Photo Provided
Trisha Yearwood Nashville Home; Photo Provided
Trisha Yearwood Nashville Home; Photo Provided
Trisha Yearwood Nashville Home; Photo Provided
Trisha Yearwood Nashville Home; Photo Provided
Trisha Yearwood Nashville Home; Photo Provided
Trisha Yearwood Nashville Home; Photo Provided
Trisha Yearwood Nashville Home; Photo Provided
Trisha Yearwood Nashville Home; Photo Provided
Trisha Yearwood Nashville Home; Photo Provided
Trisha Yearwood Nashville Home; Photo Provided
Trisha Yearwood Nashville Home; Photo Provided
Trisha Yearwood Nashville Home; Photo Provided
Trisha Yearwood Nashville Home; Photo Provided
Trisha Yearwood Nashville Home; Photo Provided
Trisha Yearwood Nashville Home; Photo Provided
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Melinda Lorge is a Nashville-based freelance writer who specializes in covering country music. Along with Music Mayhem, her work has appeared in publications, including Rare Country, Rolling Stone Country, Nashville Lifestyles Magazine, Wide Open Country and more. After joining Rare Country in early 2016, Lorge was presented with the opportunity to lead coverage on late-night television programs, including “The Voice” and “American Idol,” which helped her to sharpen her writing skills even more. Lorge earned her degree at Middle Tennessee State University, following the completion of five internships within the country music industry. She has an undeniable love for music and entertainment. When she isn’t living and breathing country music, she can be found enjoying time outdoors with family and friends.

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