Sheryl Crow's Tennessee Home Up For Auction
Sheryl Crow has put her Tennessee estate up for auction after failing to sell the property for her asking price of $7.5 million.
The All I Wanna Do hit-maker has lived in the sprawling 150-acre farm for more than six years but placed her home on the market in May.
The mansion struggled to attract a buyer and now the star has resorted to listing her mansion, which boasts five bedrooms and seven bathrooms, and the surrounding land on property website Comas Montgomery.
The auction is due to end on Tuesday evening and the singer looks set to make a big loss - it currently holds a top bid of $1.1 million.
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