The property Johnny and June Carter Cash called home for more than 30 years could become the site of a residential medical facility, according to Hendersonville Planning Department documents. Lakehouse Holdings, a Tennessee limited liability company, purchased the property at 200 Caudill Drive for $2 million in March from an LLC owned by Barry Gibb of the iconic Bee Gees trio, and his wife, Linda. The 4.5-acre lakefront property is comprised of four lots along Old Hickory Lake and is zoned suburban residential. A letter submitted to the city’s planning departmen requests an amendment to the city’s Land Use and Transportation Plan. In that plan, the residential area is designated “suburban living.” The request signed by Thomas Lee, an attorney with Frost Brown Todd LLC, asks that 200 Caudill Drive be designated an “employment center.” The Gibbs in late 2005 purchased the property that included the seven-bedroom home neighbor Marty Stuart once referred to as the Graceland of country music. Constructed by local builder Braxton Dixon in 1968 as a residence for his own family, Cash famously talked the builder into letting him buy it. Over the years, the couple entertained some of the biggest names in popular culture in the lakeside home. The Cashes lived in the home until each of their deaths in May and then September of 2003. The mostly wooden home burned to the ground in 2007 while undergoing plans to renovate and restore it.