Legendary singer-songwriter John Prine and his wife Fiona Whalen recently purchased a 7,200-square-foot "NeoClassical Farm House" in Nashville, which the artist says is “a place with space for more antique cars.” Readers can press play above to click through a gallery featuring images of the folk artist's spacious new home.

Along with a pool, hot tub and four-car garage, the opulent $2.6 million home boasts five bedrooms and a massive walk in closet off of the master bedroom. In fact, the master bedroom suite might as well be a mini-mansion of its own: It also has its own bathroom and porch. The estate boasts more than two acres of land and eight bathrooms, but Prine says he was primarily happy to find a spot for the 1962 Chrysler Imperial that he's been eyeing.

The couple previously lived near Kellie Pickler, who was a stop on the Home of the Stars tour. Their new home will offer Prine and his wife more privacy in addition to room for more classic automobiles.

It's been a busy year for Prine: The folk singer released his new album, The Tree of Forgiveness, the first project he's put out in 13 years, on April 13. He shared the first single from that album, "Summer's Gonna End," in February. Prine also has a full summer of touring scheduled, featuring artists such as Sturgill Simpson and Margo Price as guests; ticket purchases to the live show will include a download of The Tree of Forgiveness.

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