The West Hollywood bungalow is definitely the most distinctively Dolly, with bold country decor that includes hand-painted details.
On the market for $1.4 million (as reported by Zillow Blog and others) it's a diminutive 2-bedroom, 2-bath cottage of just 1,000 square feet, plus a converted garage that's being used as a guest suite. She bought it seven years ago for $1.2 million.
Built in 1923, the bungalow had another famous occupant: Natalie Wood moved there with her family when she was just 6 years old to pursue a show-business career, according to biographer Suzanne Finstad.
Parton's home in Idyllwild, in Southern California's San Jacinto Mountains, has "been an artist's retreat for the past two decades," the listing says. It's almost twice as big as the West Hollywood house, for less than half the price: $599,000. Yahoo Homes was able to verify through property records that it's owned by her and her husband.
The property she's selling in Solvang, outside Santa Barbara, is a multifamily home that the listing says "is not used as rental income but for private retreat." Like the West Hollywood place, it has a sweet country air.