Stylish, elegant, and ready for move-in, the Nashville, TN, mansion owned by former NFL star Jay Cutler and reality TV vet Kristin Cavallari had its price slashed yet again this week. The $800,000 reduction reignited interest in the property, propelling it to the top of this week’s most popular homes.
In 2018, the couple listed the mansion for $7.9 million, and its asking price has been falling steadily ever since. It’s now available for $4.9 million, and the current price represents a 38% drop over two years.
The sprawling hilltop hideaway was featured on Season 1 of Cavallari’s show, “Very Cavallari.” It served as an incubator/showroom for her aesthetic, which is equal parts rustic, elegant, and perfectly lit for Instagram consumption.
Other homes you clicked on this week offer wide-open spaces to get out and get back to nature. There’s an utterly charming lakefront estate in Oregon, a Pennsylvania farm within commuting distance of Philadelphia, and a Louisiana mansion sitting on 12 private, parklike acres in the center of Baton Rouge.
But hands down the best bargain around might be the camera-ready Cavallari-Cutler home. Will the high-flying couple finally be able to close a deal?
Perhaps Kristin will throw in a couple of Uncommon James candles and a copper tea kettle to sweeten the deal. While you ponder making a move to Nashville, scroll on down for all of this week’s most popular homes…
Why it’s here: Plucked straight out of a fairy tale, this 14.5-acre property, dubbed Alderbrook by the current owner, sits on the Coos River. Built in 1907 and lovingly maintained throughout the years, the four-bedroom home offers nearly 5,300 square feet and is being sold along with all of its vintage furniture.
Why it’s here: Described as “magazine worthy” by the listing, this newly constructed four-bedroom modern farmhouse sits in the San Fernando Valley. Highlights include hardwood floors and designer light fixtures. Outside, the entertainer’s backyard includes a pool and spa with waterfall, fire pit, and barbecue area.
Why it’s here: According to the listing details, this is one of the city’s most important historical homes. The three-story Victorian was originally built in 1886 and was renovated in 2008. Many of its original details are intact. The four-bedroom home includes eight fireplaces, hardwood floors, and a grand foyer staircase. There’s also a large outdoor deck for entertaining.
Why it’s here: Ringed by oak trees for privacy and set on a gated 12.5-acre lot in the heart of the city, this Mediterranean-style mansion was built in 2006. The over 25,000-square-foot home features a grand entry, two-story living room, a wall of windows, double loggias connecting the two wings of the house, solarium, and elevator. There’s also a nearly 5,000-square-foot guesthouse, a three-car garage, cabana, saltwater pool, and a quarter-mile golf cart path.
Why it’s here: Close to shopping, restaurants, and museums, this adorable 1951 ranch was recently updated with granite counters, double farm sink, custom built-ins, and hardwood floors. The dining room is being used as an art studio by the current owner, and there’s also an unfinished walk-out basement.
Why it’s here: Highland Farm is a 4.6-acre property with an elegant four-bedroom farmhouse. Inside, you’ll find wide plank floors, custom built-ins, and a sprawling owner’s suite, which spans the entire third floor. The carriage house, which was once a blacksmith’s shop, is now a guesthouse with a two-car garage and additional storage. This bucolic spread is also a relatively quick commute to Philadelphia and New York City.
Why it’s here: Fruit trees, blueberry bushes, a private pond, and pier are just a few of the highlights of this 5-acre property. The three-bedroom house was built in 1998 and features a double-height fireplace in the living room, a huge bonus room over the garage, and a front porch with a view of the pond as well as the surrounding natural beauty.
Why it’s here: Situated on 4.5 acres, this Colonial compound includes a three-car garage with guest suite and bath, a 1,400-square-foot pottery barn, and pool. Built in 1953, the six-bedroom main house has been renovated and now measures in at a whopping 8,870 square feet. Designed with entertaining in mind, it has a lower level with bar, media room, 1,200-bottle wine cellar, and gym.
Why it’s here: Despite its rather odd-looking exterior, this house is something of a local legend. It was built in 1965 by local businessman Cliff Muldrow, and many high-profile local events were held here. However, the interior has faded since its glory days. The four-bedroom home needs a contractor to bring the place back to its 1960s-era heyday. Interesting features of the custom-built residence include the garage, which was extended to accommodate limousines, and an indoor pool with outdoor kitchen and sun room.
Why it’s here: Sacked for yet another loss! Celeb couple Jay Cutler and Kristin Cavallari cut the price on their huge Nashville mansion by another $800,000 this week. Perhaps the most recent price slice will now attract a buyer to blitz the duo with an offer.
Filled with trees and views, the nearly 9-acre lot is private, yet conveniently located to everything Nashville offers. The mansion was built in 2007, and the interiors of the seven-bedroom, 10-bathroom property were featured on Cavallari’s reality TV show. Highlights include Brazilian cherry hardwood floors, a huge seven-bay garage, and style to spare.