Singer. Actress. Activist. And now Miley Cyrus, 25, can add real estate collector to her resume. The singer recently purchased a thirty-three-acre farm property located in Franklin, Tennessee for $5.8 million. The home has enough fancy features to give the other properties that the songstress owns (in Hidden Hills, Studio City, and Malibu) some serious competition.
The Tennessee farm property offers entry gained only by a private entrance, a wraparound porch, stacked stone aesthetics, a stone-edged pool and matching spa as well as an oversized terrace on the second story. The home's location has a special meaning close to Cyrus' heart. Franklin, Tennessee is where the former Disney star grew up and her newly purchased estate is reportedly close to the home she was raised in.
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Perhaps one of the biggest selling factors to Cyrus about the five-bedroom, four full and two half bath, three car garage is that it is extremely private. The home cannot be seen from the main access road and is covered by trees that surround the property. This property surely offers Cyrus much more privacy than all of her three California properties combined.
The farm-style house seems to have neverending entertaining space so if Cyrus wishes to host a downhome party in her hometown with all of her Hollywood friends, she's got the room to do so! Her pretty new property also has another building on the property so she would be able to let many people sleep over should her shindigs get a little too wild.
Cyrus, who is now re-engaged to Liam Hemsworth, was recently photographed in Byron Bay, Australia with her Hunger Games star fiancee as the two splashed around in the ocean and Hemsworth gave Cyrus a piggyback ride amidst the gentle waves. Perhaps the pair were celebrating Cyrus' newly purchased property? Whatever the case may be, it certainly does seem as though Cyrus has a lot to celebrate these days, her engagement and future marriage and the amazing new home that she will be able to enjoy for decades to come.