Fans have seen the “dream house” in photos, including the one below of Patsy, Charlie and their kids Julie and Randy.
We even saw it in the Lifetime movie Patsy & Loretta. Part of the movie was filmed in the house, according to fan page Patsified!
Patsy carefully decorated the house with custom furniture and drapes, which barely arrived before her untimely death. The book Honky Tonk Angel: The Intimate Story of Patsy Cline revealed that many Grand Ole Opry stars came to the house to cook and clean for the family, all while Cline’s casket was in the living room.
Charlie eventually sold their house to singer Wilma Burgess, who believed the house is haunted. Speaking with the author of Ellis Nassour, author of Honky Tonk Angel: The Intimate Story of Patsy Cline, Burgess explained, “You’d be in an upstairs room, and the toilet downstairs would flush by itself. Doors would open and close by themselves.”
She also said that a year after she bought the house, she found money that Patsy had stashed in a brick. Creepy! Wilma sold the house several years later and it has gone through a couple different owners, all of whom have maintained the history of the house, with a lot of the same furniture Patsy left behind.