There's more than enough room for a big green tractor in the yard!

By Madison Roberts
February 20, 2019 11:10 AM
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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.

Credit: Courtesy of Benchmark Realty
Credit: Courtesy of Benchmark Realty

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.

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Credit: Courtesy of Benchmark Realty
Credit: Courtesy of Benchmark Realty

The country star announced he was moving on to new digs nearly a month after revealing that he and his wife, Brittany Kerr Aldean, were expanding their family. The pair are already parents to 13-month-old son Memphis, and Aldean has two children from his previous marriage: Keely, 16, and Kendyl, 10.

Credit: Courtesy of Benchmark Realty
Credit: Courtesy of Benchmark Realty

“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.”