A change would do her good, and all Sheryl Crow wants to do is change locations and sell her equestrian farm. The nine-time Grammy Award winning artist first listed Cross Creek Farm in March 2010 for $7.5 million. The farm's now listed for $4.5 million, 40% off the original asking price.
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A change would do her good, and all Sheryl Crow wants to do is change locations and sell her equestrian farm. The nine-time Grammy Award winning artist first listed Cross Creek Farm in March 2010 for $7.5 million, but even with an internet auction for the estate late last year, the singer-songwriter still has not been able to find a buyer for the rural pad.
The farm's now listed for $4.5 million, 40% off the original asking price.
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The singer's enormous acre Tennessee estate includes a 10,264 square foot main house that boasts five bedrooms, eight baths, and a recording studio.
Even though Crow reduced the price tag nearly in half, she also broke up her gigantic 147-acre property into two separate parcels hoping that she will find two buyers, instead of one. Strategic or foolish?
The $4.5 million price tag includes the main house, 51 acres, and this 14-stall barn.
And for the lesser price of $2 million, buyers will receive 96 acres of the remaining land and the guest house.
Crow's ex-boyfriend and one-time fiancee Lance Armstrong is also having trouble unloading his rural hideaway. The cyclist, who dated the singer from 2003 to 2006, has been trying to sell off his Texan abode since 2009.
In addition to this 14-stall barn, the property also comes equipped with an indoor riding rink. After such a struggle to sell off her property, it looks like a change will do Sheryl Crow some good.
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Soon after Crow and Armstrong split, the singer was treated for breast cancer with minimally invasive surgery and radiation therapy.
In 2007, Crow put her riding skills to use at the Houston Livestock Show, where she rode her horse Lady C in support of the Cloud Foundation's effort to preserve wild horses on public lands. In the past, Crow has also voiced her support of embryonic stem-cell research and efforts to combat global warming. Ride 'em, cowgirl!
Sheryl Crow and Kid Rock perform during his "Born Free" tour opener at Ford Field earlier this year. “I grew up in a small town 100 miles from Memphis, and that informed not only my musical taste, but how I look at life,” Crow has said.
The mother of two showed she's still got it when she performed at Jon Stewart's and Stephen Colbert's Rally to Restore Sanity and/or Fear on the National Mall in D.C. More recently, the star released a "rock-and-roll" cook book called "If It Makes You Healthy," with chef Chuck White. Well, it can't be that bad!