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Johnny And June Cash's Former Home Is Up For Sale | The Huffington Post EDITION US عربي (Arabi) Australia Brasil Canada Deutschland España France Ελλάδα (Greece) India Italia 日本 (Japan) 한국 (Korea) Maghreb México Québec (En Francais) South Africa United Kingdom United States NEWS WorldPost Highline Science Education Weird News Business TestKitchen Tech College Media POLITICS Pollster Election Results Eat the Press HuffPost Hill Candidate Confessional So That Happened ENTERTAINMENT Sports Comedy Celebrity Books Entertainment TV Arts + Culture WELLNESS Healthy Living Travel Style Taste Home Weddings Divorce Sleep WHAT'S WORKING Impact Green Good News Global Health VOICES Black Voices Latino Voices Women Fifty Religion Queer Voices Parents Teen College VIDEO ALL SECTIONS Arts + Culture Black Voices Books Business Candidate Confessional Celebrity College Comedy Crime Divorce Dolce Vita Eat the Press Education Election Results Entertainment Fifty Good News Green Healthy Living Highline Home Horoscopes HuffPost Data HuffPost Hill Impact Latino Voices Media Outspeak Parents Politics Pollster Queer Voices Religion Science Small Business So That Happened Sports Style Taste Tech Teen TestKitchen Travel TV Weddings Weird News Women WorldPost FEATURED Hawaii OWN Quiet Revolution Talk to Me Don't Stress the Mess Endeavor Fearless Dreamers Generation Now Inspiration Generation Paving the Way The Power Of Humanity Sleep + Wellness What's Working: Purpose + Profit What's Working: Small Businesses HOME Johnny And June Cash's Former Home Is Up For Sale The singers lived on the charming Tennessee estate for 35 years. 11/30/2016 03:54 pm ET | Updated Nov 30, 2016 590 Suzy Strutner Associate Lifestyle Editor, The Huffington Post Getty Images Johnny Cash outside his home Hendersonville, TN home in 1969. The original house burned down in 2007. We can’t get enough of the epic romance that is Johnny and June . And now, we can live it: The Hendersonville, Tennessee property where the duo spent  nearly their entire marriage is  up for sale . Johnny Cash purchased the 4.5-acre property shortly before proposing to June Carter in the late ‘60s, according to a spokesperson for the property. The couple lived there until they died just four months apart  in 2003. The original home burned to the ground in a tragic 2007 fire, but the Cash footprint is still found on the property. June’s wardrobe room, which survived the fire, is now a modern studio apartment. The garage where Johnny kept his cars still stands. Seashells from Johnny and June’s other home in Jamaica are embedded into the pavement, and their son John lives across the street, the spokesperson said. The property’s new owner will also get access to a lakefront dock, pool and loads of green space. There is no listed asking price from seller James Gresham, a Texas businessman, but we speculate it’ll be mighty high: Stan Peacock Stan Peacock Stan Peacock Stan Peacock During the  35 years  he lived in Hendersonville, Johnny hosted guests  including Bob Dylan and Ronald Reagan. The estate’s original fence and guardhouse are still there, and the home’s stone framework still stands. You’ll also find remnants of June’s bell garden , where she installed large bells to honor late family members. The current owner is looking for a bidder committed to maintaining the property’s history, the spokesperson said. A number of bids have been placed since the estate was listed earlier this month, but nothing is final yet.  We’d be more than happy to move into this romantic slice of history. Getty Images Johnny and June stroll on the patio, 1969. Getty Images Johnny in the home's iconic "bell garden," 1988. Getty Images Johnny Cash shows off a car in the driveway, 1988. Also on HuffPost U.S. Cities With The Highest Rate Of Vacant Homes U.S. Cities With The Highest Rate Of Vacant Homes 1 of 10 1. Detroit Detroit had 52,947 vacant properties and a vacancy rate of 18.6 percent in February 2016, according to RealtyTrac. Lola Holten has lived in the Fitzgerald Community of Detroit for 40 years. Seven vacant dwellings surround her home, shown in in this photo from July 2015. She is saddened that her home is worth less than she paid for it, and as the blight has spread, she's afraid of the increase in crime. Share this slide: Credit: Michael S. Williamson/The Washington Post via Getty Images More: Real Estate Celebrity Real Estate Johnny Cash Suggest a correction Comments Close SUBSCRIBE TO & FOLLOW LIFESTYLE HuffPost Lifestyle is a daily newsletter that will make you happier and healthier — one email at a time. Learn more Newsletter 1.58 M 417 K 462 K Podcast Add us on Snapchat Johnny And June Cash's Former Home Is Up For Sale NEW! HIGHLIGHT AND SHARE Highlight text to share via Facebook and Twitter CONVERSATIONS Advertise RSS Careers FAQ User Agreement Privacy Comment Policy About Us About Our Ads Contact Us Archive Copyright © 2017 TheHuffingtonPost.com, Inc.    "The Huffington Post" is a registered trade