Elisabeth Hasselbeck and Husband Tim Hasselbeck Bought New Home in Nashville For $2 Million
Home is where the heart resides and for Elisabeth and Tim Hasselbeck it looks like they are searching for their home of paradise still. Recently the couple sold their luxurious home that is situated in Greenwich and moved to Nashville and we wonder why ? After all the massive property looks very royal too. Who would even give up on massive walk-in closets, terrace overlooking the pool and a chef’s kitchen?
The ex-host of Fox and Friends Elisabeth and former NFL quarterback Tim listed their mansion in Greenwich for $4.795 million and moved to Nashville for a six-bedroom home in Belle Meade. And the property is less compared to their previous home in Greenwich, which had seven rooms.
Elizabeth and Tim’s constant need of changing houses
But this is not the first time Elizabeth and Tim changed their houses. Before living in Greenwich the couple resided at Ariel West in a four bedroom condominium but suffered a huge loss in that because of the place being on the Upper West Side. Suffering a loss of $0.1 million they sold the house and had shifted to Greenwich. Assuming the same thing happened here again that made the much in love duo to switch to a house that has a lower price. I mean getting a house of $2 million after living in a mansion of $4million sounds pretty indigestible, no?
Is Elisabeth being a Celiac reason for the change of house?
Jotting down the possible reasons for this sudden change in lifestyle we came up with another possible reason. It is no news that Elisabeth is living with the celiac disease for a pretty long time. She has even written a book about this - The G-Free diet and the place Nashville is a synonym to Gluten free diet food. Google says so, therefore Hail Google. Being a celiac, Elisabeth might be pretty tired about all of it and really needed a change of environment. Hmm, pretty legit after all Steve, who was the broker revealed to us saying that” The couple understands what's going in Nashville and want to be a part of it.”
Elisabeth Hasselbeck and Tim Hasselbeck as a couple