Patsy Cline's Famous Nashville Home Is Available for Rent

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The lower level has been retro-renovated for guests.

Music fans went wild when Lifetime debuted the Patsy & Loretta biopic on Saturday all about Patsy Cline and Loretta Lynn's friendship. Now you can blend your love for the country legends with your next vacation by staying in Cline's famous Nashville "Dream Home."

The singer's famous Lower Level Music Room is available to rent on for guests to revel where country legends like Johnny Cash, June Carter, Skeeter Davis, and, of course, Lynn, would hang out for music sessions. The space, located in the downstairs den of Cline's house, has been retro-renovated to the Patsy Cline era, with historical images and original features from when she lived there.

Sadly, Cline only lived in the home for 10 months. The star tragically died in a plane crash in 1963, but not after recording some of country music's greatest hits. 

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Four guests can stay in the quirky space that's set up with two full-sized beds, a bathroom, kitchen, laundry, and sitting area. It also comes with a private entrance with keypad access to allow for easy check-in and check-out. There's also a screened patio and covered parking. 

"This never before seen home of Patsy is now open to the public to spend the night in her Dream Home that Las Vegas built," reads the listing. "Patsy's Music Room is where her family and friends spent a lot of time. If the walls could talk!"

Amazingly, Cline's abode isn't the first famous house to be available for travelers. Claude Monet's famous Blue House in Giverny, France, can be rented on Airbnb, and Jackie O's former private luxury yacht is also available for rent. Some famous fictional homes are also open to travelers. Snow White's cottage in Los Angeles is perfect for a family or group of up to seven guests, and Downton Abbey's Highclere Castle allowed guests to spend the night for the first time this year. 

Rates for Cline's Dream Home average $250 a night.