‘Nashville’ Mansion Owned by Connie Britton’s Character On the Market for $19.5 Million: See Inside the TV Home (PHOTOS)

By Celebrity News Wire on November 6, 2012

Have you ever wanted to live like a country star? Well, now you can.

The real-life pad owned by Nashville star Connie Britton‘s TV character — Southern songstress Rayna James — has just hit the real estate market for a whopping $19.5 million.

What will the lucky buyer get for the multi-million dollar price tag?

The manse, located in Nashville, Tenn., includes six bedrooms and eight full baths.

For months, the production teamed filmed in the Belle Meade home owned by Sylvia Roberts and her family. According to The Tennesean, the mansion was so inspirational Britton’s scenes in the home were shot as-is. Later, when the hit ABC show moved to a local soundstage, set decorators cloned several of its rooms and styled them exactly as they appear in Roberts’ abode.

The multi-million dollar mega-mansion is designed by Mark Harrison and features 20,533 square feet of space accented with marble, stone, and wood imported from around the world. A pool and guesthouse is also situated on the impressive estate.

Launch the gallery to take a peek inside the famous TV home.

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