Former Dixie Chicks singer Natalie Maines and her actor-director husband Adrian Pasdar sold their 4,891-square-foot home in the Pemberton Heights neighborhood of Austin earlier this year, reports Variety. The comfortably elegant farmhouse features four bedrooms and three-and-a-half baths. Price: $1.8 million and some change.
Outside, the property boasts a patio for entertaining and a breathtaking laguna pool, which we can only describe as Clueless-esque. According to the Austin Business Journal, the house at 4 Green Lane was purchased in January by a local doctor and her husband. Maines originally bought the property in 2000.
A native Texan, Maines joined the Dixie Chicks in the mid-1990s. Their 1998 album, Wide Open Spaces, with singles such as "There's Your Trouble" and title track "Wide Open Spaces," catapulted the band to the top of the charts and set records for best-selling country album.
The Chicks have been on hiatus since 2007, but Maines released a solo album, Mother, in 2013.
According to Variety, the couple still owns a six-bed, six-bath contemporary residence in the Brentwood area of LA.