Secluded and private, the historic property dates to 1800 and was once a Civil War general store. In 1996, the home was renovated and revamped. It now measures 7,500 square feet and has six bedrooms. Designer touches include vaulted ceilings, expanded porches, and five stone fireplaces. Outdoors, you’ll find a bluestone courtyard, hot tub, and sauna with a scenic view overlooking a creek. [Source: Realtor.com]
For aspiring musicians or recording artists, the property boasts a separate guesthouse that was used as a music studio. There’s also an indoor gym and tennis facility, which a new owner could reconfigure if they desired. After his ouster from the band, Tinsley tweeted about a need to slow down and focus on his family.