The home has changed hands a couple of times since the singer passed, but neighbors said it still continues to draw tourists as buses pass the property occasionally.
A couple of fortunate Johnny Cash fans might soon have the chance to walk the line – the property line – on a parcel of land once owned by the late music legend.
The four-and-a-half-acre property, where Cash and June Carter Cash lived together for 35 years until their deaths in 2003, has hit the market in Hendersonville, Tenn., for just over $3.95 million.
Fans and buyers, however, shouldn’t expect to find the Man in Black’s 14,000-square-foot home still sitting on the lot, as the house burned down in 2007 during renovations under a new owner. But a 546-square-foot, one-bedroom, one-bathroom cabin – primarily used as June Carter Cash's wardrobe – remains standing, the Tennessean reported.
The property also features a pool, a tennis court, a guardhouse and a large garage. And the entire parcel is situated directly on Old Hickory Lake, according to a listing posted on Crye-Leike.