Dolly Parton’s Tennessee Home Goes On The Market For $1.1 Million
Country music legend Dolly Parton’s former home in Nashville, Tennessee has just been put on the market for over $1 million.
The four bedroom home on 3146 Glencliff Road is being sold for $1.1 million even though it was sold for $140,000 back in 1997, the year after Parton moved out. Parton lived in the home from 1980 to 1996, and the second floor is “identical” to how it was when she lived there.
While living in the home, Parton released the hit songs “Why’d You Come In Here Lookin’ Like That” and “Yellow Roses.” She also appeared in movies like 9 To 5 and The Best Little Whorehouse In Texas.
“The owners feel like it’s time to let go, they’ve had it for quite a long time,” said realtor Stephen Schutts, who is handling the sale of the home. “The upstairs is identical to when Dolly was there. There’s a little bar that Dolly used when she was there that remains the same. Someone could put up a couple of homes on the back lot. If they wanted to expand the guest house for weddings, that could be done.”
The 3,200-square foot home was built in 1941, and it still has wallpaper that Parton herself picked out in the 1980s.
This comes after Parton revealed that her morning routine involves her waking up at 3am every day.
“I’m usually up by 3 o’clock,” Parton said. “I go to bed early, but I’m just an early bird.”
Though many of us enjoy sleeping in, Parton insists that she loves getting up in what she calls “the wee hours.”
“I do my little meditations, I do my little spiritual work,” she added. “I get more work done between 3 and 7 than most people all day, because it’s quiet and the energy’s all low-key, except mine.”