It might not sound as though heavy metal would be naturally at home on an equestrian estate, but Megadeth’s Dave Mustaine has obviously enjoyed the peace and quiet.
However, the guitarist is now ready to leave his 7,000-square-foot mansion in Franklin, TN, and recently listed his10-acre property just outside Nashville for $2.5 million. The massive spread features all the amenities required for equine aficionados, including a barn of 60 feet by 60 feet, equipped with four horse stalls and a shed that’s ready to be filled with all types of horse-riding equipment.
As for the home, it’s a stellar example of rustic perfection suitable for rock ‘n’ roll royalty.
The main floor is full of elegance, with shining cherrywood floors and crown molding throughout. The chef’s kitchen is filled with top-of-the-line appliances and distressed white cabinetry. The living area offers a floor-to-ceiling fireplace, and there are not one, but two dining areas.
The home has three bedrooms and six bathrooms. Each of the three ensuites is equipped with a sitting room as well. There’s a reading loft filled to the rafters with bookshelves, a gym, and an office that doubles as a recording studio.
Trekking through a two-story home of this size is likely to be tiring, but not to worry—there’s an elevator to make things easier. It’s also the perfect way to move instruments and equipment from one floor to the next.
An equestrian estate of this magnitude requires ample opportunity for experiencing nature, and the property offers several porches and patios for savoring the outdoors.
Mustaine has been making music since the 1980s, and was the lead guitarist for Metallica from 1981 to 1983. In 1984, he founded Megadeth and took on lead vocal duties. The band has since released 16 albums and sold 38 million records.
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