Take A Look Inside Of Patsy Cline’s Charming “Dream Home” Right Outside Of Nashville

If you ever wanted to see inside of the home of a country music legend, now’s your chance.

CBS Sunday Morning is giving us an inside peak inside of Patsy Cline’s charming “dream home” in Goodlettsville, Tennessee, a suburb outside of Nashville.

She bought the house in 1962 with money she made on royalties from some of her hits like “Walking After Midnight,” “I Fall to Pieces,” and “Crazy”.

Her bathroom, which is still all original, was her favorite part of the home, and she would often show it off to guests when they came to visit.

A couple, Tom and Stephen, has owned the house since 2011, but when Stephen passed away last year, Tom decided to sell the historic home. He put it on the market in 2021, and it sold just a few months ago at the end of December.

They spent almost three years restoring it to its original form, and it was a labor of love, as they scraped wallpaper off the walls and ripped up carpet from the previous owners to restore the original hardwood floors. It looks like it could be featured on an episode of HGTV, because it’s so unique and perfect.

It still has a very vintage, mid-century modern look inside, with tons of wood paneling and even a little wallpaper still in the living room. The kitchen features pink accents on the walls, and even a pink fridge and coffee maker, and honestly, I just need to know where I can buy one of those.

Sadly, Patsy only spent 10 months in the home, as she died in a tragic plane crash, just months after moving in. Patsy’s husband, Charlie Dick, sold the house in 1963.

It’s definitely not like the mansions we’re using to seeing artists today buy around Nashville, but it’s absolutely charming and in impeccable condition from the paint on the walls to the stunning decor:

A beer bottle on a dock



A beer bottle on a dock