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Ever wonder what it would be like to live in a house that was formerly owned by one of your favorite stars?

Well, we have.

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While we’d have to win the lottery to spend our days in a star’s former pad, we still can’t help but fantasize over photos and videos of celebrity properties on the internet.

Turns out that Jep and Jessica Robertson, reality stars of A&E’s “Duck Dynasty,” are the latest famous faces to put their mansion up on the market — and, for the pretty price of $1.4 million, according to The Houston Chronicle.

The nearly 6,500-square-foot estate, located in a gated community in West Monroe, Louisiana, where other “Duck Dynasty” stars reside, sits on a 1.5-acre lot. It’s surrounded by tall trees, shrubs and a waterfront lake. Outdoors, you’ll be enamored by the 1972, Acadian-style home’s beautiful, brick exterior, steep roof and giant pillars. But that’s not all. You’ll also drool over the massive property’s outdoor kitchen and fruit orchard.

Right away, when you walk through the front door, you’ll notice the rustic, country feel of the home, which boasts six bedrooms and six bathrooms. In-home features include two fireplaces (which occupy a spacious living room and master bedroom), hardwood flooring, a huge copper tub, enormous walk-in pantry, two living areas, a music room, sewing room and wet bar. You can check out the photo album here.

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Now that Jep and Jessica’s mansion hit the market, you might be wondering why the lovebirds – who are parents to five children – decided to leave the nest and area, which is affectionately referred to as “Robertson Row.” The Houston Chronicle explains that they relocated to Austin, Texas, earlier this year in support of Jep’s food truck business called Jep’s Southern Roots. But even though they’ve left Louisiana, they’re still filming scenes on the property for their “Duck Dynasty” spin-off reality show, “Jep & Jessica: Growing The Dynasty,” which airs on A&E.

So hey, that show just means we can see more amazing views of this luxurious Louisiana home!

Nashville-based writer and Rare Country contributor Melinda Lorge has always been passionate about country music. Follow her @MelindaLorge and join the conversation @RareCountry.
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