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Aug 22, 2013 06:43 PM EDT | Jonathan Lambert
Rumors are flying that Tim McGraw and Faith Hill are divorcing. While the claims appear to be unfounded, the two are separating themselves from some real estate property in 2013 and not each other.
The rumors began when The National Enquirer, who is known for its sensational (and just plain fictitious) headlines, reported that the couple are having a $135 million dollar divorce.
Representatives for both Tim and Faith have issued statements calling the allegations totally false. Why they even felt the need to refute such absurd headlines is currently unclear.
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Tim and Faith are looking for some sort of split, though. The two plan on divorcing themselves from some pricey real estate they have out in Tennessee.
The property, which is listed on Zillow, consists of 4 residences and a 12-stall barn. The living quarters sit on 735 plus acres and is nearly nine times the size of Disneyland.
Even with the huge price tag, the listing claims that the Antebellum home needs some fixing up. The Moen Group (link) offers the following description of the property:
Fast Facts: Faith Hill & Tim McGraw $20 Million Estate
Residences: The estate includes four separate houses and an 1,188 sq. ft. caretaker’s apartment above the barn.
Antebellum House: This house features a dramatic columned-entry, soaring beamed ceilings and natural rock walls. The listing does note the Antebellum House needs restoration.
Log Cabin: With 3 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms and all the best farm-charm money can buy, the 3,330 square foot log cabin perfectly fits into the estate’s peaceful, pastoral setting.
Notes on the Country Compound: The property’s other homes are found spread out over the grounds. An interesting item of note…Hank Williams, Sr., once owned the Antebellum-style house. Faith Hill and Tim McGraw reportedly purchased it, along with its 400 acres, in 2001.
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