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Taylor Swift Puts Nashville House Back on the Market

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Just a few months after Taylor Swift splurged on a home for her parents in Nashville, the ‘Mean’ singer has put the house back on the market.

According to a report from, the nearly 5,000 square foot Tudor house that Swift purchased for $1.4 million is now up for sale. The price of the home is listed for $50K more than the cost of what Swift originally paid.

The 21-year-old songstress bought the home for her parents as a gift, and it is still unclear as to why Swift decided to sell the house so shortly after buying it.

Although the four bedroom estate, constructed in 1925, is now up for grabs, Swift and her family are far from homeless. Swift has her own condominium in Nashville, and she also has a home in Beverly Hills.

We wonder what extravagant gift Swift will bust out for her parents next … and if they will actually keep it this time around!

See Some Pictures of the Nashville Home Taylor Swift Purchased

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