Dolly Parton Has a Lovely Family Home – Get a Glimpse of Her Gorgeous Property

With its yellow-painted walls and many barns, Dolly Parton’s Brentwood home is a beauty to behold, and she couldn’t be happier about that.

Even though Dolly Parton and her husband, Carl Dean, have been living in a 3,324 square feet mansion since the late ’90s, the singer-songwriter doesn’t show it off a lot.

However, a glimpse at the breathtaking house came when she shared with her 3.4million Instagram followers recently. 

Dolly Parton at the Kenny Rogers: The First 50 Years award show at the MGM Grand at Foxwoods on April 10, 2010 in Ledyard Center, Connecticut | Photo: Getty Images

Dolly Parton at the Kenny Rogers: The First 50 Years award show at the MGM Grand at Foxwoods on April 10, 2010 in Ledyard Center, Connecticut | Photo: Getty Images

As the “Islands In the Stream” hitmaker encouraged her fans to keep going despite the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, a bunch of flowers is seen behind her. The flowers are complemented by yellow-painted walls, white window sills, and hardwood flooring.

While Patron and her husband of five decades feel an attachment to their current home, they used to live in Glencliff, Nashville.

 

The 74-year-old previously showed off the gorgeous piano in her home when she addressed the passing of her beloved friend, Kenny Rogers. 

The piano, which has a colorful cross on it, is beside a table filled with her family pictures. The musical instrument also has white window shields, with floral curtains, behind it.

 

In addition to the piano, Parton and Dean also have a swimming pool, tennis court, and some barns on the Brentwood-located property.

While Patron and her husband of five decades feel an attachment to their current home, they used to live in Glencliff, Nashville. The couple, however, put that mansion on the market for $1.2 million, back in 2017. The Glencliff home was fitted with four bedrooms, three bathrooms, walk-in closets, and an eat-in kitchen. 

 

The “Jolene” crooner couldn’t be more pleased about her affluence as she came from a very different background. In fact, she and her family had money issues when she was younger.

Luckily, Parton was exposed to music from a young age, and by the time she turned 10, she was making appearances on radio and TV shows in Knoxville.

A portarait of Songwriter, Dolly Parton and parents on January 01, 1987 | Photo: Getty Images

A portarait of Songwriter, Dolly Parton and parents on January 01, 1987 | Photo: Getty Images

The 74-year-old has continued to enjoy the perks that come with being a musical powerhouse. Parton even started a new journey when she opened her theme park, Dollywood, in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, back in 1986. 

The park has not only remained a well-known and lucrative venture, but it had the most significant number of employees in Sevier County as of February 2016.

In 1995, the “Joyful Noise” actress founded her charity, Imagination Library. The organization, which is dedicated to providing free books for children from birth to age 5, has continued to enjoy steady growth since inception.

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