Tim McGraw and Faith Hill Sell Tennessee Home for $15 Million: Take Tour of Jaw-dropping Estate

by Jennifer Shea

Country superstars Tim McGraw and Faith Hill have sold their 620-acre farm outside Nashville to a group of investors for $15 million.

Leading the group that bought the property, BKDM, is the Columbia, Tennessee real estate broker Dan McEwen. Also participating are Pinnacle Asset Management Founding Partner and Managing Director Brock Kidd and Columbia Mayor Chaz Molder.

BKDM has yet to announce its plans for the property. But it says it wants to preserve the history of the land. It also has plans to keep looking for other valuable land parcels in Middle Tennessee.

“I’m a proud Tennessee native and have many wonderful memories from my family’s time in Leiper’s Fork,” Kidd said in a press release. Moreover, “This farm could very well be the most beautiful in our state. And the fact that it is located six minutes from downtown Franklin makes it all the more remarkable.”

The Nashville Business Journal broke the story of the estate being sold.

Tim McGraw and Faith Hill Have Been Married A Long Time for Their Industry

Meanwhile, Tim McGraw and Faith Hill have been married for 24 years, which is considered a long time in their industry. And in an interview last year with E! Online, McGraw stressed just how long that is.

“We figure in our industry, it’s like 82 years,” McGraw said. “It’s kind of like dog years, you have to count each year as seven.”

At the height of the pandemic, McGraw and Hill holed up at home with their three daughters, Gracie, Maggie and Audrey, being “homebodies” and enjoying some family bonding time.

“Our date nights have really been cool for the last four weeks…we’ve had my three daughters in,” McGraw told E! Online. “Everyone was tested and cleared and we came up on the hill here at the house and we never left. We sat outside, we set up tables outside, we played games, we watched movies. And we had a great time just hanging out.”

Indeed, McGraw called it “one of the most special times we’ve had as a family in a long, long time.” But when McGraw wasn’t busy having family time, he was giving virtual performances to front-line healthcare workers who like his music.

“If I could lift those guys up, and they deserve to be lifted up, then I’m all for it,” McGraw said. “Because they do God’s work, I think, in a lot of ways.”

Watch a tour of a house on the property Tim McGraw and Faith Hill are selling at the 1:06 mark in the video below.