Successful country artists make a lot of money, and in the world of the TV show “Nashville,” Rayna Jaymes was at the top of the country heap.
That’s why show producers chose this house in Music City’s elite Belle Meade suburb to use for Rayna’s mansion. The six-acre estate features the stunning eight-bedroom home as well as a barn for horses and a drop-dead gorgeous pool and cabana combo in the backyard.
According to this video tour from Nashville TV station WKRN, the home also boasts a 3,000-bottle wine cellar, Rayna’s famous kitchen as seen on “Nashville,” and a whole lot of history.
In addition to serving as the set of “Nashville,” the home has also hosted performances from Paul Simon, Sheryl Crow, Brad Paisley and the late Jerry Lewis over the years. Aerosmith’s Steven Tyler even filmed a Super Bowl commercial for Skittles here a few years back. While the home itself was used early on in the “Nashville” series, large portions of the mansion, including the kitchen, were later painstakingly recreated on the show’s north Nashville set.
This kind of mega-mansion doesn’t come cheap. Sellers aren’t disclosing a sale price, but the last time this home sold it went for a whopping $18 million. We expect that number will be higher since the city of Nashville is now in the midst of an unprecedented real estate boom.