According to the for sale listing, the rustic property -- a "nature lover's paradise" -- boasts "beautiful rolling pastures, ponds and spring fed creeks." It has four residences and a 12 stall barn with a separate caretakers apartment above, in a addition to a sixth, restored log home.
Realestalker reports property records reveal the McGraw-Hill's farm -- about 30 miles southeast of downtown Nashville -- is comprised of two adjacent parcels of land divided by the tree-lined Harpeth River.
The parents to three young children purchased the compound-like farm-estate in separate but simultaneous transactions in November 2001.
Back then, the smaller parcel -- 353 acres -- set the country superstars back $5.09 million and the larger parcel -- 400 -- an Antebellum plantation previously owned by country music legend Hank Williams -- cost another $8.75 million.