Country Music Mega Star Jason Aldean Is Selling His Badass Tennessee Hunting Property For A Cool $4.6 Million

Since his debut in 2005, Country Music superstar Jason Aldean has had 18 singles reach #1 on the Country Music charts, and another 8 singles hit the top 10. His 2010 album is certified as going quadruple-platinum, 2012 album double-platinum, and Jason’s 2016 album has already gone single platinum. That’s a shit ton of records being sold by Jason Aldean, and that leads to a whole lot of coin landing in Jason’s bank account.

One of the major purchases Jason’s made during his ascent to Country Music superstardom is a 1,436-acre hunting property in Centerville, Tennessee. The property, known as Black Jack Ridge, is littered with streams for fishing and big ol’ bucks for hunting. For years, Black Jack Ridge has been a respite for Jason Aldean when he wants to get away from Nashville and the life of a Country Music celebrity, but Jason’s put his hunting property on the market for a cool $4,599,000.

The hunting shack built on Black Jack Ridge is everything you’d ever want when purchasing a sprawling estate built primarily for spending time in the great outdoors:

The cabin on Black Jack Ridge features 6 bedrooms, 5.5 bathrooms, and a 3 bay garage. You can see all sorts of photographs and information about this property on the Black Jack Ridge website where it’s listed at $4,599,000.

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