John Prine's career as one of the most influential songwriters in Nashville bought him a wonderful life out of the spotlight. Pictures show his Nashville mansion was a beautiful space for the iconic singer-songwriter to reflect and create.

The legendary country and folk singer-songwriter and his wife, Fiona, paid $2.6 million for a 7,200 square-foot "NeoClassical Farmhouse" on two acres of land in Nashville in 2018. According to the Nashville Scene, it was the second-largest home purchase price in Nashville in March of 2018.

Built in 2000, the four-bedroom, eight-bath mansion includes a pool, a hot tub and a very large walk-in closet in the master suite, which has its own bathroom and porch. The house also boasts a formal library with a fireplace, a den with large windows and wonderful views of the property, a formal dining room, a butler's pantry, a huge kitchen with white quartz countertops, a rec room and office and a sitting room.

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Prine told the Nashville Scene that his former home was close to Kellie Pickler's house, which drew too much traffic as one of the stops on a Home of the Stars tour in Nashville. The music legend and his wife had more privacy on their private two acres, which also includes a pool with a separate pool house that has its own porch and porch swing. There are also beautiful outdoor living spaces and an outdoor fireplace.

Prine died on April 7 after a battle with coronavirus (COVID-19). He was 73. Fiona Prine turned to social media on April 8 to release a statement, saying, "We have no words to describe the grief our family is experiencing at this time."

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