What's that they say about never being able to please your parents? Not sure what the back story is here, but singer Taylor Swift just listed a Nashville home she bought for her parents a few months ago. The 5,000-square-foot Tudor estate is back on the market at $1.45 million, reports Realtor.com.
At just about the same time she bought this place in the historic Whitland neighborhood, she also purchased a home in Beverly Hills. The Nashville-area home was built in 1925 and has a library and outdoor entertainment area, plus hardwood floors throughout, marble bathroom floors and a wood-burning fireplace.
Swift, a four-time Grammy award winner whose deeply personal lyrics have contributed to her huge financial success as a singer-songwriter, can certainly afford a real estate misstep or two. She was named the best-selling U.S. musician in 2008 bu Nielsen SoundScan. Forbes ranked her the 69th-most-powerful celebrity in 2009, with earnings of $18 million, and 12th-most powerful celebrity in 2010, with earnings of $45 million. So far in 2011, she is ranked seventh-most-powerful with earnings, again, of $45 million.
But if we want to know why this Nashville house didn't work out for her folks, we may just have to wait for the next record album.
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