One lucky Johnny Cash fan will now get to call the country music legend’s longtime California home his own…
For a pretty penny.
The ranch-style home that belonged to Cash and his first wife, Vivian Liberto, in Ventura, California, had only been on the market for less than two months before it was sold.
Originally listed at $1.79 million, the buyer went above and beyond the asking price, buying the property for $1.85 million, according to the New York Post.
The home has Johnny Cash written all over it, as not only did Cash and Liberto live in it, but it was also designed with exact preferences from the country music legend himself.
Cash had the 4,500-square-foot home built for he and Liberto back in 1961, when the two were attempting to repair their declining relationship by moving the whole family to a rural, isolated area, where they could be out of the spotlight for a brief time.
The couple lived on the six-acre property for six years, and the original features from the home include glitter-painted ceilings, a wall-mounted turntable, an intercom system, a curved brick fireplace, and 1960s custom wood built-ins throughout the home.
Cash’s studio has also been untouched by past owners, and still includes the high windows and wood paneling from its original days.
And of course, the singer’s black toilet has remained untouched as well.