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  • Taylor Swift is selling her Nashville mansion for $1.45 million, but could learn a hard lesson about the depressed housing market. With only a $50,000 mark up, she’ll likely take a loss on the property.

    Swift, who shot to stardom as a teenager, went on a real estate buying spree. She also owns a $3.55 million house in Beverly Hills, and a 4000-square-foot duplex penthouse condo at The Adelicia complex in downtown Nashville for $1.99 million.

    Now, she’s divesting, hopefully not because she needs the money.

    Check out Taylor’s Nashville House.
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    The 21-year-old superstar listed the house less than a year after buying it for her parents.

    The 4,929 square foot red brick house, modest by superstar standards, was built in 1929 and has expansive yard and sprawling gardens.

    The four bedroom, five-and-a-half bath house also has a main level master suite with a double en suite facility, according to realtor.com.

    Add to that, several fireplaces, hardwood floors, custom woodwork and several magnificently ornate hand-crafted plaster ceilings, and you’ve got a house fit for a queen.

    Check out Taylor’s Beverly Hills House.
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    The house was built for entertaining. It has commercial-grade stainless steel appliances, marble counter tops and back splash in the oversized kitchen.

    That’s complemented by a walled terraced garden, with a free standing outdoor fireplace and a water fountain.

    Swift likes traditional style, reflected in the home’s neutral colors with white walls and period furniture.

    Her newer 4-bedroom, 4-bath home in the Franklin Canyon area of Beverly Hills, which she purchased in April, is on the same scale. It’s also modest by Hollywood standards.

    The East Coast traditional on 1.37 acres in the Santa Monica mountains, complete with white picket fence.

    Built in 1941, it features canyon views, access to private tennis courts, and a guest house.

    Check out photos for both homes.