We guess Brian Kelley's Nashville home just isn't "Meant to Be" anymore. The Florida Georgia Line member and his wife, Brittney Cole Kelley, are selling their 70-acre property for $6.24 million. "House" isn't really the right word for the country star's sprawling abode, which served as the venue for his 2013 wedding and is now listed through of EXIT Realty Music City.
"Our inspiration was to be as natural as possible and camouflage into the woods," Brian told . Pictured here is the covered porch of the main house, designed by Bobby McAlpine.
Steps lead up to the second-level porch.
Just imagine entertaining under these twinkly lights...
What a view!
"Our interior design inspiration has always been combining mine and Brittney's love and travels," Kelley said to the newspaper of the space styled by local designer April Tomlin.
"Our living space is inspired by everywhere we have gone and everyone we have met," he continued.
That translated into plenty of natural elements like stone and wood, including shiplap walls painted white to keep things light.
The kitchen looks out onto the porch.
Large windows and French doors make the indoor and outdoor areas feel like one cohesive space.
A breakfast nook just off the kitchen provides a cozy place to enjoy a bite.
The deck wraps around the entire house.
What appears to be a master closet contains ample storage space.
And a gorgeous bathroom continues the rustic feel of the house.
A 30-foot skybridge connects the main house to a custom-built treehouse by Pete Nelson of Treehouse Masters on Animal Planet.
The two-story treehouse boasts a recording studio and vocal booth.
Inside, you'll also find a sleeping loft...
...and living room with kitchenette.
Two single-family homes can also be found on the property: one 3,981-square-feet and the other 2,665-square-feet.
A fire pit sits just before the saloon.
And finally, the "party barn" designed by Pfeffer Torode Architecture is one of Kelley's favorite hangouts, says.
We can see why: Check out those vaulted ceilings!
That bar was built for hosting country music lovers.
Swings make for fun seating in the living area.
There's even a lofted bedroom for overnight guests.
This has to be the best-looking bathroom in a barn ever.