Charles Kelley and WifeCountry group Lady Antebellum is back together, but that didn’t stop singer Charles Kelley from moving out of his Nashville home. The singer has sold his 6,682-square-foot house that he lived in with his wife, Cassie, and their 16-month-old son, Ward, in a $2.91 million deal. Even though the sale was below their $3.2 million asking price, the couple still profited from its sale after purchasing the home for $1.6 million in 2012. The gorgeous white-brick Georgian home sits on over one and a half acres of land and has a large semicircular driveway leading to the entrance. Dark hardwood flooring plays a part in the four-bedroom, six-bathroom house. The home is comprised of an airy dining room with a chandelier and fireplace, a stately living room with floor-to-ceiling windows that offset the darkly painted paneled walls, and a gold wallpapered family room. An open-plan kitchen, dining, and living space take up the back of the house, which at a time was in a navy-and-white palette after a One King’s Lane remodel but is pictured with beige and white tones throughout. The kitchen boasts a large built-in refrigerator, glass-pane cabinetry, light-colored slab marble counter tops, a Wolf stove top, and an island with seating for six. Natural light flows into the space, where floor-to-ceiling windows occupy the entire wall facing the backyard and French doors give access to the outdoors.

On the second floor of the residence are where all of the bedrooms are located. They are accessible by the staircase in the foyer or the elevator. The master suite has a Juliet balcony, a dressing room, and two bathrooms, one possessing a soaking tub and the other with sauna and steam showers. Outside, there is a separate pool house with its own kitchenette, bathroom, and living room with an integrated sound system. The house sits in the back of the freshly cut grounds behind a large grassy lawn and a pool surrounded by a stone patio. In close proximity to their house, yields a small putting green offering even more entertainment. On the side the main house, there is a separate brick patio surrounded by greenery and with a vast amount of room for an outdoor dining area.

To see more photos inside (and out!) of the Kelley’s old Nashville living quarters, head to architecturaldigest.com.

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