Taylor Swift's House: Her Historic Nashville Mansion

By on December 3, 2011 in ArticlesCelebrity Homes

Taylor Swift, has been making news in the last few days, being named CMT's "Artist of The Year" and Billboard's "Woman of The Year". Only 21 and she's already won multiple Grammys, CMT Music Awards, American Music Awards, MTV Music Video Awards and Teen Choice Awards. And of course with the millions of albums she's sold, she's also sitting on millions of dollars. Taylor Swift recently sold her $2 million penthouse and $1.5 million mansion in Nashville and in August she picked up a brand new Nashville house for her and her family. Take a tour of this timely classic mansion built in the 1930s.

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Swift paid $2.5 million for this fully-furnished house which is part of Nashville history. Built in 1934 and modeled after White House, the mansion is even classy enough it has its own name: The Northumberland Estate. The park-like property covers 5.7 acres with the house covering 5,600 square feet and the guesthouse at 2,100 square feet. The main house has 4 bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms, and the guesthouse has 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. There is also a detached 3 car garage.

A gated, cobblestone driveway leads to the main house. The interior, as you can see, is still as elegant as it was when it was first built, with elegant decorations and furnishings. The home has formal dining and living rooms, den, study and terrace room on its list of classy rooms.

Outside there is an equally marvelous pool that is overlooked by a large balcony. All landscaping and decorations are traditional. Note the formal flower beds, fountains and statues. There are some modern elements added seamlessly for when Taylor wants to throw a party. The house has a sound system installed throughout including around the pool entertaining area. There is even an automated pest repellent system to ensure Swift and her guests aren't bothered by bugs during any outdoor gatherings. The gated entry is security-controlled and can automatically open for entry or exit. There is also a separate gated entry for service staff, such as landscapers, caterers or larger vehicles.

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