This Mansion Belonged to Rayna Jaymes on ‘Nashville’ — and Now It’s for Sale! [PICTURES]
On the television show Nashville, fictional country superstar Rayna Jaymes, portrayed by Connie Britton, lived in an opulent Nashville mansion. While the show may be a television drama, Jaymes' luxurious home is very real, and if you happen to have $18 million laying round, it could be yours!
According to the home's listing from Worth Properties, the gorgeous estate features five en suite bedrooms, eight full bathrooms and three half baths, plus an additional private-entry bedroom apartment that also includes living, dining, kitchen and laundry areas. The interior decor includes glamorous, priceless artifacts, such as the mantle from a former Versace property.
The house also comes equipped with a floating spiral staircase and a 3,000-bottle-capacity wine cellar, making it the perfect locale for an upscale dinner party. Speaking of which, the home's sprawling dining area can accommodate a sit-down dinner for 50-plus guests, and each one can bring six cars apiece if they wish, as the property includes over 300 parking spaces. Flip through the gallery above to see photos of the gorgeous mansion, which is listed for sale at $17,999,999, for yourself.
The exterior of the property also boasts a two-stall horse barn, complete with feed and tack rooms. However, for country fans, one of the estate's most enticing qualities is its place in country music fame, as many early scenes from Nashville were shot both in and around the home.
After filming at the mansion for several of the first Nashville episodes, producers opted instead to build sets based on the rooms of the house, and with the price tag that comes with the house, it's easy to understand why. However, the estate remains an important piece of the country music TV drama's legacy.
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