The former residence in rural Casitas Springs, California of country music icon Johnny Money is hitting the sector for $1.795 million. Money generally sang about the hills, flowers and large-open up areas, and he lived it also.
In 1961, Funds developed a 4,500-square-foot property in Ventura County as his peaceful, uncomplicated-going position to escape from a busy recording and touring way of life. The five-bedroom property was meant to be a position the place he and his then wife, Vivian, and their three daughters could unwind and delight in family members everyday living in the hills for numerous several years into the long term. Although their future did not pan out just as Dollars planned – the couple divorced in 1966 – the residence was just what he envisioned.
According to the listing agents, Adam McKaig and Melissa Borders of Douglas Elliman, “Johnny bought the land and created the residence to his specific technical specs, going for walks the rooms and choosing on correct placement and format. He established a secluded sanctuary, distinctive to this rural little-city enclave. Longtime locals recount stories of Johnny placing up speakers on the hillside outdoors the home and playing live shows for the townspeople down below.”
The double-gabled residence is established on just about 6 acres among the hills, fields, trees and flowers at the conclude of a prolonged private driveway, according to TopTenRealEstateDeals.com. The house consists of 5 bedrooms, a pool, office, barbecue spot and sweeping views of the Ojai Valley, oak trees, evergreens and year-round flowers.
Cash’s impact is even now pretty much a element of the residence, like the place-motif relatives area and curved brick hearth, custom made wood built-ins and an first wall-mounted turntable.
The wood-paneled studio where Money wrote some of his greatest hits is preserved. The same goes for the two his-and-her bedroom suites mainly because of Cash’s night time-owl regimen of composing new music late into the evening and early early morning.