Cline’s widower, Charlie Dick, sold the home to singer Wilma Burgess following Patsy’s death. Burgess reportedly found money that Patsy had hidden behind a brick in the den fireplace a year after she moved in.
Burgess also believed that the house was haunted. In Honky Tonk Angel: The Intimate Story of Patsy Cline, Burgess said, “You’d be in an upstairs room, and the toilet downstairs would flush by itself…Doors would open and close by themselves.”
In November 2021, Patsy’s “dream home” was put up for sale and sold by the end of the year. At the time it was put on the market the home had been restored to what it looked like from 1965, including a bar counter that says “Patsy & Charlie.
According to Tom Courtois who owned the home since 2011, it took 3 years to restore the home to it’s retro glory. With some rooms donning four layers of wallpaper and original hardwood floors having been covered with carpet, Courtois had his work cut out for him, but the result was worth the effort. Within 10 days of being listed, the home had a pending sale. According to Redfin the home officially sold 3 months ago.
Take a peek inside Patsy Cline’s former home in the video below and see more photos HERE.