Inside Dolly Parton’s Quaint Tennessee Home That Became a Dolly-Themed Bed and Breakfast

The mainstream success of country music stands on the shoulders of legendary artists such as singer-songwriter Dolly Parton, who has recorded more than 200 singles over the past seven decades. The Grammy Award winner was born and raised in Tennessee, living in several homes over the years. A house that she shared with her husband while rising to superstardom was turned into a Dolly-themed bed and breakfast for guests to enjoy a piece of the singer’s iconic past.

Dolly Parton’s house sold after 12 years on the market

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The Tennessee home of the country singer recently sold after sitting idle on the real estate market for 12 years. Parton lived in the four-bedroom house with her husband, Carl Dean, from 1980 to 1996. At the time, her career was taking off and she was quickly becoming a household name.

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