Wednesday, January 30, 2019
Fans of the Man in Black may be excited to buy the four-and-a-half acre land in Tennessee that he had owned, but the 14,000 square foot mansion will not be accompanying it. Johnny and June Carter Cash's house of 35 years unfortunately burned down in 2007 during renovations brought by a new owner. A cabin that measures 546 square feet still remains, which was used as June Carter Cash's wardrobe closet, as well as a pool, a guardhouse, a tennis court, and a large garage. The property also sits right next to Lake Hickory - complete with a dock.
The property has only had a handful of owner's since Cash's death in 2003. At the time of its last listing in 2016, the property was appraised at $1.14 million. It is currently listed for $3.95 million.
See Michael Bartiromo, Johnny Cash's Former Tennessee Property Selling for $3.95 Million, Fox News, January 29, 2019.