Kristin Cavallari and Jay Cutler Are Selling the Nashville Home They Filmed Their Reality Series in for $7.9 Million

Joyce Chen
Architectural Digest

Kristin Cavallari and Jay Cutler are living large, but they’re also ready to move on. The couple’s stunning Nashville mansion, which served as the setting for much of their new reality series, Very Cavallari, just hit the market for $7.9 million. The 20,000-square-foot Mediterranean-style villa is a sight to behold, with 25 massive rooms (including seven bedrooms and seven bathrooms) decorated in Cavallari’s trademark polished aesthetic, with plenty of neutral tones and warm wood finishes. The pair first bought the home in 2012 for $5.3 million after Cutler was released from the Chicago Bears after his eighth season. They have raised three young children there since. “This house has a lot to offer,” Cutler told the Tennesseean, a local publication. “We have a lot of memories in that house, and we will miss it. We got married and had three children since we have owned that house, so it’s been a huge part of our life, and hopefully, someone will enjoy it as much as we have.”

Cavallari and Cutler previously put their former Chicago home up for sale in June 2017 for $4.75 million; it sold in November for $3.6 million. The home, which was located in the Chicago suburb of Lake Forest, featured seven bedrooms and 10 bathrooms spread out across 11,000 sprawling square feet. Inside, the home had a winding staircase, a spacious marble-accented kitchen, and enviable amenities like an indoor basketball court, a wine cellar, a screening room, and not one, not two, but five fireplaces to keep the home warm during harsh Chicago winters. The couple had lived there since 2014, when they purchased it for $4.25 million. Next up, the couple will most likely relocate to another home in Nashville, likely one with even more security features given the vulnerable nature of shooting their E! reality series.

Related: Kristin Cavallari and Jay Cutler List Their Chicago Home for $4.75 Million

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