Johnny and June Cash's Tennessee property hits market

Though it would seem fitting if everything was decorated in black, it sure doesn't stop us from wanting to "Walk The Line" along the lakeside on this gorgeous property.

If you're not picking up what we're putting down, Johnny and June Carter's charming Southern gem has hit the market again.

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Located 20 miles northeast of Nashville, the home is rich with history — Cash's iconic "guitar pulls" were hosted there (acts included Paul McCartney and Waylon Jennings) and it was also the location where his last music video, "Hurt", was recorded.

Visitors have included everyone from Bob Dylan to Ronald Reagan.

Take a look at the iconic estate below:

The property encompasses more than four acres of waterfront land, sitting adjacent to Old Hickory Lake.

Cash bought the Henderson, Tennessee property in 1968 and lived there alongside June until their deaths in 2003.

The former 14,000-square-foot house tragically burned down in a 2007 fire, but the staple features of the property still remain in tact — the garden, stone walls, lakeside dock, tennis court and pool.

Also still standing is the room that formerly served as Johnny and June's wardrobe room that they had converted from a three-car garage.

The home, which was formerly owned by music legend Barry Gibb, is now being sold by its current owner on the basis of health issues -- The homeowner would strongly prefer that the new owner will not only be a fan of the Cash family, but someone who wishes to preserve their legacy.

200 Caudill Drive is on the market for $3.9M.

For more information on the property, contact Andrea Evenson.

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