It looks like Keith Urban and Nicole Kidman are downsizing, at least when it comes to their real estate.
The couple has listed their rural Franklin, Tennessee, home — located about a half hour’s drive from Nashville — for sale. And by Nashville real estate standards, it’s a pretty good bargain at $3.45 million.
According to “Variety,” the nearly 36-acre property boasts a brick home with a floor plan that is just over 5,000 square feet. There is also a guest cottage and a barn on the land and beautiful, bucolic views.
The main home has four bedrooms with four full bathrooms and two half baths. One of the bedrooms is a top-floor master suite with its own bathroom and large, walk-in closets. In addition to a dining room, living room and family room, there is a fitness room and office space, and the galley kitchen features granite countertops.
Pictures in Variety also show a long, winding drive leading up to the home and plenty of natural light streaming into large windows and skylights. A stainless steel fireplace enhances one of the home’s communal living spaces, and a breakfast nook is surrounded on three sides by floor-to-ceiling windows and French doors. The master bath has both a shower and a beautiful, sunken tub.
But that closet. Lord, can we have a moment of reverent silence for that amazing walk-in closet?
The house is beautiful, bright and airy, and looks like a great place for Keith and Nicole to get away from the city with their kids. They have, in fact, owned the home since 2007, just a year before daughter Sunday Rose was born.
Of course, selling this beautiful abode doesn’t mean that Keith, Nicole, Sunday and Faith will soon be homeless. Far from it. The Urban family also has a home in Nashville that is a bit less modest at a whopping 12,000 square feet. In addition, they have a west coast residence in Beverly Hills and a more modest duplex in Manhattan’s trendy West Chelsea neighborhood.
Let us know if you need help moving. We’ll bring the coffee!
In other Keith news, he’s nominated for Opry Moment and Male Artist of the Year in the Rare Country Awards, and it’s up to you to decide the winners. Vote now through Dec. 13 at RareCountryAwards.com. Winners will be revealed during a livestreamed concert event on Dec. 14 in Nashville.