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Sheryl Crow Unable To Auction Off 'Solar Farm'

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Listen, everyone makes mistakes. Sheryl Crow even wrote a song about her “Favorite Mistake,” but I bet she’s starting to regret buying that fancy, 17-room, 10,264-square foot, larger-than-life horse farm. Yeah, I bet that’s not her favorite.

We told you last week that Crow was trying to unload her Nashville, Tennessee estate, Cross Creek Farm, in an online auction. But because the auction was conducted with a seller’s reserve, it meant that Crow didn’t have to sell if the highest bid was deemed unacceptable. And as the bidding closed on Tuesday, November 23rd, without the reserve having been met, it looks like Crow will be on the hunt for another buyer.

The estate, which sits on 150 acres of land, is a fully functioning ‘Solar Farm’ that utilizes solar panels to reduce 40% of its electric costs. And if that isn’t cool enough, it also has a gated entry with security system, a six-car garage, nanny quarters, a three-bedroom, two-bath guest house, a 14-stall barn, indoor riding arena, a salt water pool, and a theater.

The 48-year-old crooner purchased the estate in 2006, while being treated for breast cancer and shortly after ending her three-year relationship with cyclist Lance Armstrong. The original listing price was $7.5 million.

No word yet on whether the property will be re-listed with a new asking price, but for now Crow may have to hold tight.

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