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Dolly Parton selling trio of California properties

Dolly Parton selling trio of California properties

ON THE MARKET: Dolly Parton is putting three homes up for sale. Photo: Associated Press

Country legend Dolly Parton is selling up in California – she currently has three state properties on the market.

The “Jolene” hitmaker recently placed her West Hollywood bungalow up for sale with an asking price of almost $1.4 million, and now her former homes in Solvang and rustic Idyllwild are also on the market.

Sources tell property news website RealEstalker.com that Parton’s compound in the faux-Danish village of Solvang has been listed for $950,000, while her mountain retreat in Idyllwild is up for grabs at just under $600,000.

Records show Dolly bought the Solvang property in 2007 for just over $1 million. She purchased the Idyllwild cottage in 2000 for $235,000.

The singer’s headquarters remain in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, while she and her husband Carl Dean also own a mansion and cottage retreat in Nashville, Tennessee.

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