The mansion main character Rayna James and her family live in on the new ABC show "Nashville" is on the market for $19.5 million.
The more than 20,000 square foot home belongs to Silvia Roberts and sits on six acres of land on Page Road across from Percy Warner Park, west of Nashville.
The mansion is often shown in the show to set up a scene inside the home. The kitchen stars in several scenes as does the master bedroom, bathroom and the pool.
Rooms in the house have been replicated on a sound stage in north Nashville.
Aside from shooting "Nashville," the home has some other history.
Jackson Brown played at the mansion and George W. Bush held a fundraiser there.
During the flood of May 2010, the home's wine cellar was submerged in five feet of water.
Everything had to be refurbished but they did salvage the 4,000 bottles of wine in the cellar.
According to Robersts, rumors that actor Johnny Depp is interested in purchasing the home have no basis, but she has reached out to his reps just in case.
ABC's "Nashville" airs Wednesdays at 9 p.m. on News 2.