The former home of Johnny Cash's parents will go to the highest bidder in an eBay auction. Nashville's Tennessean newspaper reports that the new owner of Ray and Carrie Cash's home, Floyd Robinson, is selling it to move to Florida.

Cash bought the Hendersonville, Tenn. house for his parents, where they lived from 1969 until their deaths. It was then passed down to different members of the Cash family throughout the years, including Johnny and June, who lived there for a brief period while an elevator was being installed in their home just across the street. Robinson, a close friend of the Cash family, purchased the property four years ago.

According to his listing on eBay, Robinson is asking just under $1.4 million. The house includes four bedrooms, three bathrooms, a recording studio and a view of Old Hickory Lake. The lucky new owner will also get to keep a lot of Cash memorabilia inside the home, including a gold record of 'I Walk the Line,' several guitars, awards and a locket with pictures of Johnny and June inside.