Dolly Parton was already a star by the time she bought a house in 1980 at 3146 Glencliff Road in Nashville. But in the 16 years that followed, she transitioned from Country Star to an International Superstar.
Now being offered for sale, the compound, simply known as “Dolly’s House” by her close-knit neighbors, features 3,200 square feet of living space in the main house. The property has an original shed that has an addition, added on for Dolly’s nieces and nephews to play in. It still has the 1980’s wallpaper Dolly chose.
The main house was expanded by the current owners several years ago, but has retained the charm.
An additional 1500 square foot guest house was added by the current owners. An open floor plan makes it ideal for wedding receptions, a museum, family reunions or additional living quarters.
All updates, modern amenities have been completed throughout four buildings and a multi-vehicle carport. A sense of seclusion is noticeable, yet downtown Nashville or the Grand Ole Opry is just a 20-minute drive in either direction. The adjacent woods, part of the compound is conducive to a future cul de sac of three homes.
*photos from Zillow
Interested parties should contact Rockology, LLC at 615-504-1512 or email at [email protected]
Rockology, LLC is a memorabilia and music history based entity that gained international recognition with owner Stephen M. Shutts in 2006, marketing Elvis Presley’s 1956 / 57 Memphis home to a world record sale. Shutts starred in his own Reality TV Series in 2013 / 14 on CMT about locating Rock N’ Roll and Country Music artifacts. Prior to those endeavors, Shutts toured with Brooks & Dunn and Rascal Flatts in production management. Shutts is currently recognized as a leading authority in Elvis and Country Music memorabilia authenticating, appraising, buying, selling and brokering significant artifacts from music’s biggest stars.