Trisha Yearwood is selling her stunning Nashville estate for 4.5 million dollars after owning the property for over 23 years. During this time, the country music superstar and her husband, Garth Brooks, have used the space to host gatherings with family and friends and film her Emmy-winning culinary series, Trisha’s Southern Kitchen.
The 6,553 sq. ft. property with five bedrooms and seven full baths has been listed for $4.5 million with Fridrich & Clark Realty.
“When I bought this house in 2000, I was looking for a place that would be my sanctuary,” Yearwood told PEOPLE. “The minute I stepped foot 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.”
Sitting on 4.4 private fenced acres of land, the home is located in a classic gated residence in the heart of Brentwood, TN. In addition to the multiple sitting rooms for gathering with friends or family, one of the most commonly seen rooms in the house is the extended chef’s kitchen. This space features a six-burner cooktop, double ovens, a warming drawer, a 30-inch gourmet microwave, a Subzero refrigerator, and an Asko dishwasher.
This kitchen has been the filming location for 11 of the 17 seasons and 149 episodes of her culinary series. Plus, her home was the setting for three out of four of Yearwood’s New York Times-bestselling cookbooks, including her 2021 Trisha’s Kitchen: Easy Comfort Food for Friends and Family, which she dubs her most “personal” book to date.
“Everyone loved filming there too because it was so comfortable,” she told the outlet. The cozy space is equipped with Brick and hardwood floors throughout the main floor, three fireplaces, and elevator and extensive storage.
With a layout that’s perfectly set up for entertaining, the house has hosted some of the biggest names in the music industry including Reba McEntire, Kelsea Ballerini, Ashley McBryde, Jason Isbell & Amanda Shires, Lauren Alaina, Kristin Chenoweth, Ricky Skaggs, and Caylee Hammack, as well as Food Network Stars, Jeff Mauro, Geoffrey Zakarian, Athletes including Danica Patrick, Nashville Predators and Harlem Globetrotters.
“Everyone who entered the house felt that sense of welcome and sanctuary,” Yearwood added.
The incredible features extend outside the home with multiple porches, over 100-year-old trees, a swimming pool and pool bath with kitchenette, and a detached two-car garage.
While the Southern manor has provided many memories for Yearwood, her family, friends and team members, she has decided it’s time to say goodbye.
“It’s bittersweet to sell this place that means so much to me,” she shared honestly before admitting that she is ready for “someone else to live in it and love it as much as I do. It’s time.”
Trisha Yearwood has been in the spotlight for the past three decades and as a result, has been named the winning recipient of numerous GRAMMY®, CMA® and ACM® Awards and earned countless multiplatinum certifications.
The singer/songwriter’s latest collection of work dropped in 2019 with her highly anticipated first full-length country record in over a decade, Every Girl. The following year, she unveiled Every Girl: Deluxe, which includes an acoustic re-recording of her first album’s lead single “She’s In Love With The Boy.”
This song made history as it shot to No. 1 on the charts and made Yearwood “the first female country artist to have a debut single reach the top of the country charts.” She made history once again in 2021, when “She’s In Love With The Boy” was named “the MOST listened to country song by a Female Artist in the history of Billboard’s Country Airplay Charts.”
Along with her music career, her New York Times-bestselling cookbooks and her hit Food Network series, Yearwood has also designed cookware, furniture, home accessories, and area rugs, and collaborated with Williams Sonoma on several projects.
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