Miranda Lambert’s Nashville home is the perfect place for the country music superstar to kick off her cowboy boots and relax.
As of now, Lambert has no plans to sell the gorgeous property but has shared photos and videos on social media to give fans a glimpse inside.
According to Variety, Lambert purchased the home in February 2016, one year after her divorce from fellow country singer Blake Shelton.
Per the listing, Lambert’s property includes over 5,400 acres and has at least three homes on-site, including two cabins. The larger cabin has high ceilings in the living and dining room. It also has a stone fireplace, a kitchen, one bedroom with a loft, and a large bathroom.
Outside the cabin, a wooden bridge follows along a creek that leads you to the second, smaller cabin.
In contrast to the larger one, this cabin has a studio-style layout with a living room and bedroom combination, kitchenette, fireplace, and bathroom.
In addition to the main house and cabins, the property also features 75 acres of pasture, a private lake equipped with a dock and boathouse, a two-stall horse barn, and buildings for various farm equipment.
It doesn’t stop there. There is also a whopping six-car garage and workshop, complete with a small apartment and kitchen above.
For nighttime strolls around the property, lights light up the various trails around the property. Of course, it wouldn’t be complete without a pavilion where Lambert can give her guests concerts.
Miranda Lambert on Living In Nashville: It’s A Place For Dreamers
In 2015 Lambert moved to Nashville and has been in love wiht the city ever since.
“I spend a lot of time in this town. It’s my second hometown, basically, at this point,” she said during a performance last year. “I feel like Nashville is somewhere where you can go if you need to be a dreamer and not be judged about it.”
She later told a story about how, during the middle of a show that was going bad, the Nashville crowd in Nashville helped lift her back up. According to Lambert, singing the songs about her breakup with Shelton in Nashville “healed” her.
“I realized at that point. . . somehow sitting there crying in my beer like we do when we sing country music, it healed me all the way. Like deep down, it healed me to the bone,” Lambert added.
Lambert referred to her song, “Dark Bars,” which she featured on her 2019 album, Wildcard.
“So I wrote a song about it because you don’t have to be in pain or hurting all the time if you just want to go sit somewhere in a dark corner and be by yourself with everybody.”