Randy Travis recently sold his exquisite, 1,800-square-foot condo in Nashville’s affluent Belle Meade neighborhood for $545,000 — barely below the original $550,000 asking price. Per Variety, Travis bought the top-floor, three-bedroom home in 2010.

Photos show memorabilia from Travis’ career scattered throughout the well-sized condominium. One of the two guest bedrooms served as the singer’s home office, while the other looks as inviting (and pricey) as a downtown Nashville hotel room.

Other amenities in Travis' former condo include two secured parking spaces in an underground garage, a cozy living room with wood floors, a 12-foot ceiling and large windows, along with a gas fireplace. Keep reading to take a peek inside:

Travis listed the property with Leanne Vande Kamp and Anna Shea Vande Kamp at PARKS RealtyDorothy Curtis at Zeitlin Sotheby’s Intl. Realty represented the buyer in the sale.

Stars sell properties all the time -- for example, Randy Houser recently listed his family’s Rutherford Country, Tenn., mansion -- yet in Travis’ case, it’s hard not to think that this sale is, at least partially, related to his financial woes since his 2013 stroke left him unable to regularly perform. The country star has been open about his troubles, both in his recently released autobiography, Forever and Ever, Amen, and in interviews.

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