A home that was formerly owned by music legend and Country Music Hall of Fame member, Patsy Cline, recently hit the real estate market.
Listed at $549,900, the home is deemed Patsy Cline’s Dream House and even comes with a special historical sign in the yard.
The 2,770 square foot house is in Goodlettsville, Tennessee and includes four bedrooms, three baths, a two-car garage and a beautiful and spacious backyard.
While Cline only lived in the home for less than a year before her tragic death in 1963 due to a plane crash, the singer’s legacy lives on in the house as the “historical integrity of the home has been keep intact,” according to the home’s description on Zillow.
The “Walkin’ After Midnight” singer and her husband, Charlie Dick, used the royalty money she received from a $22,000 check from Decca Records to pay for the down payment.
“It was the house she aspired to, and then laid in state there,” Brian Mansfield, Country Insider editor and country music historian, shared. “She’s just all through that house.”
The home was an embodiment of Cline’s biggest lifetime goals, as she purchased the home following her rise to fame with tracks “Walkin’ After Midnight,” “I Fall to Pieces” and “Crazy.” Other American music icons graced the home with their presence when they played in Cline’s music room, including Johnny Cash, June Carter, Loretta Lynn and Brenda Lee.
Is Patsy Cline’s Dream House Haunted?
Following Cline’s death, her husband sold their home to singer Wilma Burgess, who firmly believed the historical house was haunted.
“You’d be in an upstairs room, and the toilet downstairs would flush by itself,” Burgess explained (quote via Honky Tonk Angel: The Intimate Story of Patsy Cline. “Doors would open and close by themselves.”
Burgess moved out of the home a few years later.
After only 10 days on the market, the home already received an offer and is currently pending sale.
Patsy Cline’s Dream House is located at 815 Nella Dr, Goodlettsville, TN 37072.
See more photos and check out the official listing HERE.