This is how Brian Kelley rolls … and we love it!
The Florida Georgia Line band member just put his Nashville compound on sale for $6.24 million, and it features six structures — each of them beautiful and completely unique.
See Florida Georgia Line’s amazing 2-story treehouse with recording studio
Located on 70 acres of land surrounded by hiking and riding trails, the compound includes a main home dubbed “The Shack.” Designed by world-renowned architect Bobby McAlpine, the house features farmhouse-style interiors with shiplap walls, rustic wood floors and a stunning stone fireplace in the living room.
The kitchen has stainless steel appliances, dark wood cabinets and a line of hooks for hanging pots and pans.
And in true Southern tradition, there’s a serious porch with two extra large wooden swings that seem like the perfect spot for sipping sweet tea.
Connected to the main house via a 30-foot skybridge is “The Treehouse,” which we’d definitely live in full-time if we could. Built by Pete Nelson of Animal Planet’s “Treehouse Masters,” the two-story retreat has a recording studio and vocal booth, living room and kitchenette.
There’s also a sleeping loft that comes with a circular bed that sits on a custom-made whiskey barrel frame.
Want to throw a major bash? Head to “The Party Barn” which has 1,161 square feet of entertainment space, including a full custom bar area. It’s got three garage doors that can lift up to create an indoor/outdoor atmosphere, and there’s also a lofted bedroom for those guests who just don’t want to leave.
For smaller get-togethers, you can invite your friends to “The Saloon,” a 300-square-foot structure that features a custom bar with oversized fire pit area. It sounds perfect for s’more roasting and campfire singalongs!
The property also has two single-family homes, which will no doubt inspire your family members to eagerly ask to come and live with you.
John Rich of Big and Rich conducts a tour of his crazy Nashville house
Want to see more pictures of this stunning property? Cruise on over to kelleycompound.com.