Tuesday, July 03, 2007

Former Mandrell mansion on the block for $14 million

The former residence of country music diva Barbara Mandrell and her family is on the market for $14 million.

The 27,000-square-foot Fontanel Mansion was once the largest log home in America. It is located in on 130 acres in Whites Creek, a rural area of Davidson County.

The 18-room home was designed by local architect Seab Tuck of Tuck-Hinton Architects. It has six bedrooms, an indoor pool and spa, a media and exercise room, an indoor pistol range, a 2,500- square-foot great room and a formal dining room accommodating more than 20 guests.

Two additional guesthouses on the property are also included in the sale.

Read more about the house in the Nashville Business Journal

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