By Emily Heffter
Dolly Parton is the darling of country music, and the West Hollywood home she is selling is both darling and country. The gated adobe-style home at 9060 Harland Ave. in West Hollywood, California, was never the star's main residence -- she owns a plantation outside of Nashville, among other homes -- but it is decorated in a style that would fit right in at Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, where the larger-than-life singer-songwriter's Dollywood theme park is located.
The two-bedroom, two-bath home is 1,091 square feet, and Parton bought it, under a trust, for $1.2 million in April 2007. She has listed it for $1.395 million. The homey interior includes checkered seat coverings, an upholstered piano seat cover, distressed furniture and cacti. The listing photos even offer a peek inside the star's closet, complete with laundry baskets, an ironing board, and at least 15 Yankee candles.
The home's outdoor spaces are particularly sweet, with a deck with a dining area and a private patio on the back of the house ringed by trees and planters.
The listing agent, Michael Dillon of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage–Beverly Hills South, couldn't confirm the home belongs to Parton, but he said it has a Hollywood history of its own. According to neighbors, "West Side Story" star Natalie Wood grew up in the home.
Interested in buying Dolly's West Hollywood home? Based on a 30-year fixed mortgage with 20 percent down ($279,000), the monthly mortgage payment comes in at $5,347 a month.