Down a straight and narrow highway in the hills of Southern California lies the home of "The Man in Black" himself, Johnny Cash.
Cash, one of the best-known country music singers of the 20th century, was also known for his loner, outlaw image -- so it's no surprise that when he built a home in California, he built it in a quiet area of the hills between Ventura and Ojai at 8736 Nye Road.
That home, built in 1961 for Cash, his then-wife Vivian, and their three children, has hit the SoCal market for $1,795,000.
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The five-bedroom, four-and-a-half bath, 4500-square-foot home rests on almost six acres of land in the mountains, with plenty of wood paneling and details to match the rustic setting.
The one-story midcentury home is surrounded by lucious greenery and mountain views. It also comes with a swimming pool -- perfect for Cash to "escape from the raucous fame of his rock 'n roll lifestyle," according to the listing held by Adam McKaig of Douglas Elliman Real Estate.
Scroll for more photos of the home, complete with intricately carved wooden front door, wall niches between rooms, and record player in the kitchen.