Jason Aldean Sells 120-Acre Tennessee Estate for $7 Million Weeks After Welcoming Daughter

Jason Aldean has sold his mansion, and there’s more than enough room for a big green tractor in the yard at the 120-acre estate is located in Columbia, Tennessee — nearly an hour outside of Nashville.

The home was first listed with Andrew Day of Benchmark Realty for $7.875 million, and according to Variety, the Aldeans, who just welcomed their daughter, Navy Rome, on Feb. 4 closed the deal for exactly $7 million.

The property features a detached bowling alley, a large barn, a stable, a creek and a lavish outdoor kitchen beside the in-ground pool and hot tub.

The house itself has six bedrooms and eight bathrooms as well as a mother-in-law apartment with one bedroom and two baths. The spacious kitchen features distressed wood cabinetry and hardwood floors with a breakfast bar and a separate dining room that opens into a soaring living room.


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The woodsy home has a touch of Aldean’s decorating taste—especially in the trophy room, which displays a signed guitar alongside many of Aldean’s awards mixed in with University of Georgia football memorabilia (his favorite college football team) lining the shelves.


The country star announced her was moving on to new digs nearly a month after revealing that he and his wife, Brittany Kerr Aldean, were expecting their newborn daughter. The pair are already parents to 8-month-old son Memphis, and Aldean has two children from his previous marriage: Keely, 15, and Kendyl, 10.


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“And so our new journey begins…” Brittany captioned a photo of an open lot. “We’ve decided to build our dream home in Tennessee. Looking at the land it’s hard not to envision a place where our babies will run, laugh and play with each other for so many years to come… I can hardly wait to hear those little feet running down the halls.”

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