Dolly Parton has sold her cozy California cabin, and pictures show a property that's as charming and down-home as she is.

The 78-year-old country icon listed her 3-bedroom, 1.5-bathroom, 1,800-square-foot cabin in Idyllwild, Calif., for $499,000 on June 4, according to online property sites. She accepted an offer and the deal went into pending on June 17, and finally closed on July 1.

Parton received $585,000 in the sale of her cabin.

The residence sits on just over a quarter of an acre of heavily wooded land, nestled into the hillside in a way that affords quiet and privacy, but also offers a balance of "rustic elegance and modern convenience," according to its listing.

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The highlights of the log residence include:

  • A cathedral ceiling in the living room.
  • A raised-hearth fireplace.
  • An open concept in which the living room, kitchen and dining areas all flow together.
  • Bedrooms on three separate floors, each with its own living space, bedroom and bathroom.

The exterior of the house is just as beautiful, featuring a large cedar tree with a swing, a deck with exceptional views and a pathway that wanders down to a creek.

Parton still owns her main residence in Nashville, while a former home of hers in Music City also sold in 2022

Scroll through the pictures below to see inside Dolly Parton's cabin, and keep scrolling to see inside her former residence in Nashville.

PICTURES: See Inside Dolly Parton's Charming California Cabin

Dolly Parton has sold her cozy cabin in California, and pictures show a charming retreat that's as down-home as she is.

Gallery Credit: Sterling Whitaker

PICTURES: Look Inside Dolly Parton's Longtime Nashville Home

Dolly Parton's surprisingly humble former home in Nashville has finally sold, after many years on and off the market. Parton and her husband, Carl Dean, purchased the 4-bedroom, 2-bathroom home in 1980, and they owned it until 1996. It's been on and off the market for 12 years, finally selling for $849,000 in December of 2021.

Gallery Credit: Sterling Whitaker