The home includes pieces that Headley and Musso found themselves, like a dining table from an Atlanta antique market and wooden beams from Alabama, where Musso's father played college football.
"In five or 10 years, I still want to like this place," Headley, who stars in Netflix's Sweet Magnolias, told AD.
The coach house was finished being built earlier this year, which Headley said she was thankful for.
"I am not great with the process,” she admitted. “Even in my theater work, I’m all about the show. Rehearsals drive me crazy. There were tough days [during construction] where I thought, ‘I’m just going to make it a swimming pool.’”
During the coronavirus pandemic, however, having a little home away from home on their property has made all the difference.
"It’s been a respite,” Headley said. "We’re all together, and there are definitely worse places to quarantine.”
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