A house that after belonged to nation legend Johnny Money has landed in the marketplace for $1,795,000.
Money and his spouse, Vivian, bought the ranch-style residence in Ventura, CA, in 1961. The couple divorced in 1966, and Money married June Carter in 1968, and the brand new couple relocated to the Nashville, TN, space.
Vivian reportedly bought this Ventura house within the early Nineteen Seventies, in response to the Wall Road Jouirnal. The present house owners picked up the property in 2003 for $739,000.
The “Stroll the Line” singer reportedly constructed the house to his specs, and his touches survive to today.
Contained in the double-gated, five-bedroom home, most rooms stay unique to Johnny and Vivian’s imaginative and prescient, the itemizing states. Particulars embody the wall-mounted turntable and an intercom system. Naturally, the “Man in Black” had a black commode in his lavatory.
A curved brick hearth within the household room serves as a focus upon coming into. Customized wooden built-ins within the kitchen and front room are period-specific.
A wood-paneled studio the place Johnny labored on his music stays intact. It options excessive home windows permitting in pure gentle whereas offering privateness.
Outdoors, the grounds are dotted with dwell oaks, gardens, and fenced pastures. There’s additionally a pool and barbecue space.
“This property is the right instance of a time capsule,” says itemizing agent Adam McKaig, with Douglas Elliman.
“The minute you stroll by way of the entrance door, you might be transported into Johnny’s front room,” he provides. “From the file participant that pulls out of the wall to the intercom system, to the wagon wheel lighting fixtures, this home was designed by the legend himself. Many years later, his essence lives on by way of the 4 partitions. It’s a timeless piece of historical past.”
McKaig and Melissa Borders, additionally with Douglas Elliman, symbolize the property.
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The lakeside property was final bought in 2020 for $3.2 million. The 4.5-acre compound contains an condominium, storage, and pool. The compound’s 14,000-square-foot mansion burned down in 2007.