It is the leftover acreage on their property outside of Nashville.
Here’s why it’s so ideal:
1. Those 623 acres can be divided, so if $18.8 million is out of your league, you can just buy the half that’s $8.5 million.
2. That smaller half is 270 acres and includes an 1856 antebellum-style home. It needs a little work, but if you have $8.5 million into it, what’s another $1 million for renovations?
3. The larger piece of that McGraw/Hill pie is the $10 million one, but that one comes with a three-bedroom, four-bathroom fabulously renovated log home from 1800.
4. There’s also a 12-stall barn. Horses not included.
5. There are two caretaker homes on the property. Caretakers not included.