NFL star Jay Cutler and Kristin Cavallari list $8 million Nashville mansion — take a look inside

NFL star Jay Cutler and reality show darling and entrepreneur Kristin Cavallari have listed their Nashville mansion for nearly $8 million. The home serves as one of the settings for Cavallari’s new E! show, “Very Cavallari.”

The house, built in 2007, is described by its listing by Zeitlin Sotheby’s International Realty as a “Mediterranean influenced villa.”

Take a look inside.

The 19,985-square-foot house sits on 8.56 acres amid the rolling hills of Nashville.

The mansion boasts 25 rooms.

It has seven bedrooms, seven full bathrooms and three half baths.

There is a recently renovated, professional chef’s kitchen, which Cavallari, who recently released a cookbook, “True Roots,” regularly features on her Instagram.

The floors are Brazilian Cherry hardwood.

The home features eco-friendly geothermal heating and cooling, and a garage that accommodates seven cars.

Cutler and Cavallari reportedly purchased the home in 2012 for $5.3 million. After Cutler was released as quarterback for the Chicago Bears, the duo moved with their three young children to Nashville.

“We have a lot of memories in that house and we will miss it,” Cutler told the Tennessean. “We got married and had three children since we have owned that house, so it’s been a huge part of our life and hopefully someone will enjoy it as much as we have.”

“I think one of the most appealing things is the location,” he said. “We loved the privacy of the neighborhood, but being so close to town.”

Nashville serves as a Southern hot spot for celebrity real estate. Stars that have splurged on Nashville estates include country singer Miranda Lambert, pop star Taylor Swift and power couple Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban. Cavallari recently opened her store, Uncommon James, in downtown Nashville.

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