Country singer Lorrie Morgan has put her Nashville-area estate on the market, listing the luxurious home and property for more than a million dollars.

The country hitmaker and longtime Grand Ole Opry member is asking $1.2 million for the 7,372-square-foot riverside home, which features beautiful amenities both indoors and outdoors. The glamorous interior includes four bedrooms, a living room with high ceilings, a curved accent wall and stone fireplace, a spacious master bedroom, a media room and more.

The exterior of the home is beautifully landscaped, with a waterfall, stone steps leading from the upper deck to the poolside patio, an outdoor stone oven and a private dock. According to listing agent Bonnie Coleman, Morgan often entertains outdoors, inviting friends, neighbors and fellow Grand Ole Opry members over for homemade pizza parties, swimming and boating.

“The backyard was made for entertaining,” Coleman says.

The house is located in Lebanon, Tenn., less than an hour east of Nashville, balancing private living in a rolling rural landscape with access to all the city has to offer.

Morgan is best-known for hits including "Five Minutes, "What Part of No" and "I Didn't Know My Own Strength." She recently released Letting Go ... Slow, her first studio album in five years.

"I wasn’t happy with the music I was hearing, what was being played on the radio, and what radio thought were great songs, I thought were not great songs," she tells Taste of Country about the long gap between projects. "So I just kinda lost my confidence in, did I think I could do a good job on a new album? Could I change things, could I make it about great music again? And finally after five years I said, ‘You know what, I’m ready to go in, I’m ready to try this, I’m ready to give it all I’ve got.'”

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