Florida Georgia Line’s Brian Kelley Lists One-of-a-Kind Nashville Compound for $6.24 Million
Baby, lay on back and relax, and check out this one-of-a-kind property that recently hit the market in Nashville. The residence—or should we say residences—belong to Brian Kelley of Florida Georgia Line fame and his wife Brittney. And the whole shebang can be yours for $6,240,000.
The compound-style property, which is listed by the Bodden Sisters of Exit Realty Music City, consists of 71 acres across seven parcels of land just 20 minutes from downtown Nashville. “Nearly 31 acres of unimproved land include hiking and riding trails with stunning, peaceful views—all within city limits,” a news release boasts.
The property features six structures, including a 300-square foot saloon. The unique main house, which the Kelleys refer to as “The Shack,” was designed by world-renowned architect, Bobby McAlpine. Fans of Animal Planet’s Treehouse Masters will recognize the stunning two-story treehouse built by Pete Nelson which is connected to the home by a 30-foot skybridge. The two-story treehouse boasts a recording studio and vocal booth, and a bedroom complete with a circular on a custom whiskey barrel frame. The fourth structure, the 1,160-square-foot “Party Barn,” includes a bar and multiple lounge areas. The fifth and sixth structures are two large, up-to-date single-family homes.
If that’s not enough to get you singing, we don’t know what is. Scroll down for a peek inside, and head over to KelleyCompound.com for more information.
The Compound is Complete With Sprawling Views, a Treehouse, and a Party Barn
View from The Shack
Make your way up a staircase and through a hatch to the second level of The Shack’s double-decker porch.
Between the stacked stone fireplace and the whitewashed wood walls, we can safely say that the living room would a Joanna Gaines stamp of approval.
The modern, stainless steel chef’s kitchen opens up onto the porch—the perfect set up for al fresco dining.
A built-in breakfast nook and a subtle, integrated refrigerator are brilliant space savers.
Natural wood details throughout serve as a reminder that you’re nestled in the trees.
Access this rustic retreat, courtesy Pete Nelson of Treehouse Masters, via the incredible 30-foot walkway.
Treehouse Recording Studio
Nothing gets those creative juices flowing like a hideaway above the treetops.
When you’re tired of making chart toppers, retreat to the treehouse’s quirky round bedroom.
This spacious, light-filled party paradise is ready to host some A-list fetes.
When you need a break from partying, head over to one of the built-in lounge areas. This one has its own set of swings.