Taylor Swift's real estate portfolio is almost as fickle as her taste in men. Or maybe the two are related, since she seems to purchase real estate near whoever she is dating. Then when the relationship falls apart, she sells off the home, and moves on to the next guy, er, house. It's all a little confusing. Prior to becoming the youngest songwriter ever hired by Sony, the youngest Album of the Year Grammy winner ever, the only female artist to ever have two albums sell more than a million copies during their first week, and multiple smash hit tours, Taylor Swift lived in a fairly unassuming home in Wyomissing, Pennsylvania. She practiced her guitar in the study and penned her first songs in her bedroom. When she was fourteen, she relocated to Nashville, Tennessee to focus on launching a country music career, because, unlike most pre-teens, her songs were actually quite good. The rest is history. Recently, the house that was witness to her earliest sparks of future musical super-stardom was sold for $700,000.
Taylor Swift's house in Pennsylvania has six bedrooms and four bathrooms spread out over 5,050 square feet. The home sits on just under an acre of land, and also features the aforementioned study, a living room, and multiple fireplaces. Taylor Swift's house also has multiple floor-to-ceiling windows, hardwood floors, a formal dining room, and a large eat-in kitchen. Outside of Taylor Swift's house, there are beautifully landscaped grounds. A sizable balcony can be accessed from the master bedroom on the second floor. The couple who lived in the he house after Ms. Swift, were reportedly unaware of its previous inhabitant, until hordes of fans started showing up on their doorstep at all hours. This may go a long way to explaining why the were so happy to sell the property.