Inside the two MASSIVE mega mansions that the Chrisley’s are leaving behind as they head to jail

Former reality stars Todd and Julie Chrisley are saying goodbye to their life of luxury and heading to prison today to begin their sentences after being found guilty of taking part in a $30 million tax fraud scheme.

Todd, 53, and Julie, 50, who were sentenced to 12 and seven years respectively back in November, will serve out their time at two separate facilities, Todd’s is in Pensacola, Florida, and Julie’s is in Lexington, Kentucky – and it will be a far cry from the glamorous mansions that they are leaving behind.

The Chrisleys own two stunning estates in Tennessee – one worth roughly $2.9 million and the other worth a whopping $6 million.

They purchased the smaller home, located in Nashville, in 2016 for $1.6 million. And while it is the more modest of the two, the 5,229-square-foot abode is still pretty grand.

Todd, 53, and Julie Chrisley, 50, (seen in 2014) are saying goodbye to their life of luxury and heading to prison to begin their 12 and seven year sentences respectively after being found guilty of a $30 million tax fraud scheme

Todd, 53, and Julie Chrisley, 50, (seen in 2014) are saying goodbye to their life of luxury and heading to prison to begin their 12 and seven year sentences respectively after being found guilty of a $30 million tax fraud scheme

They are both heading to different prisons, and it will be a far cry from the glamorous mansions they are leaving behind. The Chrisleys own two estates in Tennessee - one worth $2.9 million and the other worth $6 million (seen)

They are both heading to different prisons, and it will be a far cry from the glamorous mansions they are leaving behind. The Chrisleys own two estates in Tennessee – one worth $2.9 million and the other worth $6 million (seen)

They purchased the smaller home, located in Nashville, in 2016 for $1.6 million. And while it is the littler of the two, the 5,229-square-foot abode is still pretty grand

They purchased the smaller home, located in Nashville, in 2016 for $1.6 million. And while it is the littler of the two, the 5,229-square-foot abode is still pretty grand

The sprawling house, which was built in 2014, boasts four bedrooms and six bathrooms, two ‘oversized’ fireplaces, a wet bar, numerous closets, a three-car garage, a ‘beautiful level’ yard, and a separate, 1,998-square-foot storage space, per its listing on Zillow.

In addition, it has a ‘grand’ cook’s kitchen filled with Viking appliances and an island with a bar overhang, which is ‘great for gatherings.’

The Chrisleys then bought their second home in 2019 for $3.4 million. It appears that they purchased the mansion – which is located in Brentwood, about 20 minutes away from their other house – in an attempt to flip it, as it was put back on the market two months later.

However, after they received no offers, they took it back off the market in May 2020. 

The enormous, 13,279-square-feet, six-bedroom, 10-bathroom home is described as a ‘designer’s masterpiece’ on its Zillow listing. 

It comes with an ‘exquisite formal dining room with custom hand-painted Gracie wallpaper,’ a ‘gorgeous study with fumed oak and custom finishes,’ a ‘professional chef’s kitchen with dual Subzero refrigerators and freezers,’ and an additional caterers kitchen.

The sprawling house, which was built in 2014, boasts four bedrooms and six bathrooms. One of the bathrooms is seen above

The sprawling house, which was built in 2014, boasts four bedrooms and six bathrooms. One of the bathrooms is seen above

It also comes with two 'oversized' fireplaces, a wet bar, numerous closets, a three-car garage, a 'beautiful level' yard, and a separate, 1,998-square-foot storage space, per its listing on Zillow

It also comes with two ‘oversized’ fireplaces, a wet bar, numerous closets, a three-car garage, a ‘beautiful level’ yard, and a separate, 1,998-square-foot storage space, per its listing on Zillow

In addition, it has a 'grand' cook's kitchen filled with Viking appliances and an island with a bar overhang, which is 'great for gatherings'

In addition, it has a ‘grand’ cook’s kitchen filled with Viking appliances and an island with a bar overhang, which is ‘great for gatherings’

A grand entranceway with a winding wood staircase and hanging light fixtures instantly offers a lavish feel

A grand entranceway with a winding wood staircase and hanging light fixtures instantly offers a lavish feel

High ceilings and broad, curved, floor-to-ceiling windows offer tons of natural light in the spacious living areas

High ceilings and broad, curved, floor-to-ceiling windows offer tons of natural light in the spacious living areas

Built in 2013, the magnificent mansion – which sits on 1.1 acres of land – also has two laundry rooms, a ‘one-of-a-kind indoor sports court,’ an eight-car garage, numerous balconies, and a large swimming pool.

Inside, the dark hardwood floors offer a rustic feel, while opulent features like a winding wood staircase, high ceilings with moldings, large chandeliers, gigantic archways, and floor-to-ceiling windows elevate it to luxury.

Back in November, after Todd and Julie were sentenced to a combined 19 years in prison, the New York Post reported that the couple was going to have to give up their two lush homes.

As part of their guilty charges, Atlanta Judge Eleanor Ross ruled that they had to pay $17.2 million in restitution, and sources said they’d have to forfeit their properties – which are worth a combined $9 million – to pay the fine.

‘They’re going to have to give up a lot of things, including their homes, sadly,’ an insider told the publication at the time. ‘They won’t be able to afford it.’

Neither home is currently on sale, so it’s unclear what they plan to do with them. 

The couple have been married 26 years and share five children: Lindsie, 32, Kyle, 30, Chase, 25, Savannah, 24, and Grayson, 16. Grayson is now under the guardianship of Savannah. 

The Chrisleys then bought their second home - which is located in Brentwood, about 20 minutes away from their other house - in 2019 for $3.4 million

The Chrisleys then bought their second home – which is located in Brentwood, about 20 minutes away from their other house – in 2019 for $3.4 million

It appears that they purchased the mansion in an attempt to flip it, as it was put back on the market two months later. However, after they received no offers, they took it back off the market in May 2020

It appears that they purchased the mansion in an attempt to flip it, as it was put back on the market two months later. However, after they received no offers, they took it back off the market in May 2020

The enormous, 13,279-square-feet, six-bedroom, 10-bathroom home is described as a 'designer's masterpiece' on its Zillow listing

The enormous, 13,279-square-feet, six-bedroom, 10-bathroom home is described as a ‘designer’s masterpiece’ on its Zillow listing

It comes with an 'exquisite formal dining room with custom hand-painted Gracie wallpaper,' per its listing

It comes with an ‘exquisite formal dining room with custom hand-painted Gracie wallpaper,’ per its listing

It also has a 'professional chef's kitchen with dual Subzero refrigerators and freezers,' and an additional caterers kitchen

It also has a 'professional chef's kitchen with dual Subzero refrigerators and freezers,' and an additional caterers kitchen

It also has a ‘professional chef’s kitchen with dual Subzero refrigerators and freezers,’ and an additional caterers kitchen

Built in 2013, the magnificent mansion - which sits on 1.1 acres of land - also has two laundry rooms, a 'one-of-a-kind indoor sports court,' an eight-car garage, numerous balconies, and a large swimming pool

Built in 2013, the magnificent mansion – which sits on 1.1 acres of land – also has two laundry rooms, a ‘one-of-a-kind indoor sports court,’ an eight-car garage, numerous balconies, and a large swimming pool

Inside, the dark hardwood floors offer a rustic feel

Inside, the dark hardwood floors offer a rustic feel

Opulent features like a winding wood staircase, high ceilings with moldings, large chandeliers, gigantic archways, and floor-to-ceiling windows elevate it to luxury

Opulent features like a winding wood staircase, high ceilings with moldings, large chandeliers, gigantic archways, and floor-to-ceiling windows elevate it to luxury

Back in November, after Todd and Julie were sentenced to a combined 19 years in prison, the New York Post reported that the couple was going to have to give up their two lush homes to pay their $17 million fine

 Back in November, after Todd and Julie were sentenced to a combined 19 years in prison, the New York Post reported that the couple was going to have to give up their two lush homes to pay their $17 million fine

The stars rose to fame thanks to their USA reality show Chrisley Knows Best, which premiered in 2014 and documented their day-to-day lives alongside their six children.

It went on for nine seasons before it was recently canceled amid the scandal.

In the series, Todd and Julie worked hard to portray the image of devoted parents and devout Christians – but they saw their picture-perfect on-screen images ripped apart when it was brought to light that they had scammed the bank by submitting fake documents when applying for loans. 

In addition, Todd’s former business partner and scorned ‘gay lover’ Mark Braddock shocked the world when he claimed that he had a gay love affair with the 53-year-old father-of-five during the trial – further shattering the reality star’s long-cultivated reputation.

While on the stand, Mark, 57, told the court that he and Todd engaged in a brief romance in the early 2000s, while speaking in detail about Todd’s crimes.

Following the sentencing, US Attorney Ryan K. Bunchanan said that it should serve as a ‘warning’ to others who may be ‘tempted to exploit our nation’s banking system.’

‘Over the course of a decade, the defendants defrauded banks out of tens of millions of dollars while evading payment of their federal income taxes,’ he said.

‘Their lengthy sentences reflect the magnitude of their criminal scheme and should serve as a warning to others tempted to exploit our nation’s community banking system for unlawful personal gain.’