Kenny Chesney is already selling the Key West home he recently purchased, due to the unwanted attention it has drawn to the neighborhood:
Following local media reports about a house he purchased in Key West, Fla., Kenny Chesney has decided against moving in and now plans to sell the property. Photos and details of the house were widely circulated on the Internet, and one Web site based in Key West printed the exact address of the estate. Chesney reportedly paid $5.7 million for the 7,000-square-foot house.
In a statement released by his record label, Chesney said, “It’s funny how you can be moving out before you even move in. I may have been naive to think I could just go down to the Keys and disappear, because that was the idea. I wanted to find a place where I could just be and thought I’d found it. But with all the buzz since we signed the papers, the last thing I want to do to some place I love as much as Key West is change the dynamics, especially for the locals who have been so good to me, so I’m stopping the insanity before it begins. The ‘for sale’ sign is back up, and I’m just not going to be able to take possession of the house.”
This presale runs through Friday, February 6th at 6 pm EST.
An internet presale will begin this Saturday at 10 am EST and a presale titled “Special Offers” begins Monday, February 2nd at 10 am EST. The password for the Internet Presale is KCMUSIC. We do not yet know the passwords for special offers presale. If you know, please leave a comment in this post or e-mail us.
No word yet on when the Fan Club presale will begin.
Tickets go on sale to the general public on Saturday, February 7th at 10 am EST through TicketMaster.
Kenny Chesney has apparently purchased a 5.7 million dollar mansion on Caroline Street in Key West, according to KeysNet.com:
The Keys’ rumor mill has been churning out reports that country music superstar Kenny Chesney bought a house in Key West — and it looks like it’s true.
According to records from the Monroe County Clerk of the Court’s Web site dated Jan. 20, a company called Falcon 200 Inc., presumably acting on Chesney’s behalf, purchased the house for $5.7 million from previous owners Nicholas and Susan Trivisonno.
Then, on Tuesday morning, a United Parcel Service delivery notice addressed to Kenny Chesney was seen sticking out of the gate at 425 Caroline St. in Old Town, just off Duval Street.
The Caroline Street house is one of Key West’s most notable properties. Called the W. Hunt Harris House, the five-bedroom, 7.5-bath home was constructed in 1898.
The nearly 7,000 square feet of living space includes 13-foot ceilings, a top-of-the-line cook’s kitchen and a 1,500-bottle custom wine room capable of running off generator power.
A guesthouse in the large backyard, built in 2007, includes more living area and a private gym. The spacious grounds boast a 42-by-18-foot heated swimming pool and a wet bar complete with icemaker, granite countertops and teak cabinetry.
It’s Presales Galore for the June 27th Kenny Chesney show at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, PA! Yesterday, the Philadelphia Eagles presale and the Chesney Fan Club presale began, and today another two presales begin.
Also this morning at 10 am is an “internet presale”. We do not yet have the password for this presale. If you have it, please e-mail it to us so that we can pass it along to the Chesney fans that visit ChesneyWorld.
Even though two presales are already ongoing, you should still try your luck on the other presales because often there are different batches of tickets made available for the different presales.
Tickets go on sale to the general public this Saturday at 10 am eastern through TicketMaster.
Good luck! And share your ticket-buying experience with other Chesney fans on our forum, whether it be good or bad!