The median home value in Tennessee is roughly $144,000, but there are a fair few who are willing to pay much more to get their hands on a piece of Tennessee property. From mountainside mansions to homes that offer big city living, there are plenty of homes throughout the state that offer style and price to rival that of your favorite Hollywood stars. Take a look at these 10 incredible expensive recently-sold Tennessee homes—do you think they’re worth the price?
The original owners might be kicking themselves after seeing what this mega mansion just sold for in 2016. According to public record, just 10 years prior the home sold for around $400,000. Fast forward to last year, and the selling price was a cool $3.25 million. A winding driveway with meticulous landscaping and water features lead to a colossal 14,000 square-foot six-bedroom, nine-bathroom home. Decked out in French country estate details and decor, it’s certainly one of the most picturesque properties in the state.
For just under $3 million, you could have had the castle you’ve always dreamed of. This charming stonework home features towers, turrets, and over 20,000 square-feet of premium living space that’s fit for a king. Tucked behind an opulent iron gate, the property offers plenty of privacy and outside living space. Side note: it was originally listed for nearly $20 million back in 2010, so this sweet deal of more than 75 percent off sounds like a winner!
This gorgeous equestrian estate home sold for just $$367,000 in 2005, and recently sold again in 2017 for $2.2 million. Ten acres of land hide behind a beautiful gate and offers plenty of space for your horses. Inside you’ll find the likes of a wet bar, gym, fireplaces, and other cozy features. And make sure you check out the pool, complete with rich stonework, sitting area with fireplace, hot tub, and slide!
As luxurious as any home in Hollywood, this magnificent manor is as dreamy on the inside as it is the outside. The home sold for $3.4 million in 2017, and features desirable amenities including a wet bar, elevator, covered patio with fireplace, and rich details throughout. At over 10,600 square-feet, the home offers five bedrooms and 5.5 bathrooms, along with plenty of space to continue adding features and fineries.
Originally asking over $4.25 million, this home was a steal at just $3.5 million. Pristine landscaping all across its 3.6 acres come with the seven-bedroom, 12-bathroom manse. In addition to its 10,000 square-feet, a tennis court, pool, covered patio with fireplace, and movie theater combine to create a home some might call perfection.
Mirroring an old Victorian manor, public record says this sinister beauty sold for just $250,000 in 2006 before selling again with an extra “0” in its price in 2017. The giant 9,000-square-foot home offers its new owners custom millwork throughout, an elevator, movie theater, waterfalls, and a third-level observatory for some of the best views in Franklin.
Situated directly on the waterfront, this charming beauty sold for $2.05 million, a far cry from a previous asking price of over $3 million. Along with its 8,100 square-feet come two covered dock spaces, a theatre room, main level master suite, pool, three-car garage, upper level veranda, and a gourmet kitchen fit for any chef.
This castle on the lake sold for $3.225 million in 2017, a decrease from its 2006 selling price of $4.8 million. But don’t let that lower price tag cheapen the impression—it’s still every bit of magnificence. With nearly four acres and over 450 feet of Lake Loudon shoreline, this glorious gem harbors five bedrooms and 7.5 bathrooms in its 10,000 square-feet of living space. Lush landscaping, stunning views from every angle, and rich, deep wood hues are just a few of the treasures within.
This 11,000-square-foot beast has everything going for it, including plenty of acreage to keep it all private. Selling in 2017 for $3.4 million, the home offers four bedrooms and 6.5 bathrooms in bright, airy colors. With plenty of natural lighting, there’s an amazing view from every window, along with a pool, detailed landscaping, and a finished basement for entertaining.
The fountains and front facade leave no question as to why this stunning home sold for $2.99 million. It’s grandiose living at its absolute finest. Throughout the open floor plan, you’ll find that details really do make all the difference, and this home is left wanting for nothing. Its pool and waterfalls offer a tropical vibe, while the inside decor makes every day feel like vacation.