Nancy Jones Unloads Williamson Estate, Completing $4.4M In Transactions

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• July 10, 2015

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Nancy Jones has reportedly sold the property she and her husband, late country icon George Jones, once lived in Franklin, Tenn. for $1.98 million.

The 24 acres was sold to Nathan and Patricia Overton. The couple and members of their extended family plan to live on the property, noted the couple’s attorney John O. Belcher to The Tennessean. The Overtons were awarded nearly $700,000 in a recent lawsuit against billionaire David Siege‘s Westgate Resorts.

At almost 10,000/sq. ft. the estate features four bedrooms, seven and a half bathrooms, salt water pool, two garages housing up to 11 cars, barns, a tour bus garage, and pond.

Realtor Laura Baugh of Worth Properties listed the final parcel of Jones’ Country Gold Estate, previously totaling approximately 77 acres in the Nestledown Farms subdivision off Highway 96. The earlier land was unloaded in 2013 to Raeni Rinker-Dumford and her husband, who paid $2.4 million for the 54 acres with plans to build a home and a large horse-riding arena.

George Jones died at age 81 in 2013. In April, his widow opened the George Jones Museum in downtown Nashville.








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