Sheryl Crow's Mansion Fails To Sell At Auction
Sheryl Crow's efforts to offload her Tennessee mansion have ground to a halt again - the sprawling estate has failed to sell at auction.
The All I Wanna Do hitmaker has been trying to find a buyer for her home, which she's lived in for more than six years, since May.
Crow's initial asking price of $7.5 million failed to shift the house and the star resorted to listing her mansion, which boasts five bedrooms and seven bathrooms, on property auction website Comas Montgomery.
The sale ended on Tuesday evening - but the reserve price was not met.
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