HENDERSONVILLE, Tenn. – The former Tennessee home of Johnny Cash's parents is on sale for $1.4 million — and that includes a gold record from "The Man in Black."
Johnny Cash's brother Tommy says Ray and Carrie Cash relocated there from California in 1969 and lived in the home until they died.
Johnny and June Carter Cash lived there briefly while an elevator was installed at their nearby home in Hendersonville, about 15 miles northeast of Nashville.
Longtime friend Floyd Robinson bought the four-bedroom ranch four years ago but says he's moving to Florida for health reasons.
According to the listing on eBay, the buyer will get several Cash collectibles, including a gold record of "I Walk the Line," guitars and a locket with pictures of Johnny and June.