Photo: Gary Gershoff/Getty Images; Realtor.com
This remarkable Tennessee home appears to have been ripped from the pages of a storybook, which is not inappropriate when you consider its lineage. It was owned by Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Leon Russell, the musician who penned a number of classic hits, including "A Song for You," "Tight Rope," and "This Masquerade."
He lived in the Hermitage, TN, home, described as "magical" by all who see it, for five years, before he passed away in 2016 at the age of 74. The home is being sold by Russell’s widow, Jan, for $999,900.
"I still get a feeling of peace whenever I drive up," says listing agent Diane Wilhoit. "It has such creative energy, you draw from its feeling and its really cool vibe."
Wilhoit recalls that the Russells felt that...Read More