C. Stephen Lynn, an American businessman and philanthropist who spent the bulk of his career in the fast food industry, will sell his $16.3 million, three-story Nashville mansion known as “The Last Dance” to the highest bidder on June 29th through industry leader Concierge Auctions. Located on the most prestigious street in Belle Meade, the five-acre, gated Southern estate features wraparound porches and covered verandas, a three-level elliptical central staircase, gourmet kitchen, tennis court, heated pool, spa and more.
The Antebellum Greek revival estate is comprised of 22,000 square feet and is detailed with chevron patterned hardwood floors, maple columns, French doors and multiple fireplaces.
Depending on the price that “The Last Dance” fetches, it could mark the Nashville area’s biggest single-family residential property sale in recent years. That overall distinction belongs to country star Alan Jackson’s Williamson County home and farm, which sold for $28 million nearly six years ago.