Tim McGraw and Faith Hill Farm For Sale!

How’s this for country music pedigree: A farm once owned by Harry Williams Sr. has hit the market in Franklin, TN. The property owners who are selling? None other than Tim McGraw and Faith Hill. According to a report, the country music power couple purchased the property, a 753-acre parcel — which has a pair of residences, a 12-stall barn and other horse facilities — from Williams in 2001 for $8.75 million. McGraw and Hill stand to make an $11.25 million profit on the rural estate if they get their current asking price of $20 million. In his 1983 biography of Williams, “Hank Williams, So Lonesome,” George William Koon reflects on the country legend’s favorite pastimes, which included riding his horse on the property. “He liked to ride his horse Highlife out on the Franklin farm. Tennis and golf must have struck him as a little strange and fraudulent, if they struck him at all; bowling was sophisticated enough for Hank.” So there you have it, folks. Tim McGraw and Faith Hill are selling the farm, literally. And Hank Williams Sr. rode a horse named Highlife.

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