NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Reba McEntire's Lebanon home was transformed into an event space, allowing people to host events where one of country music's biggest stars lived for more than a decade.
The home, now called The Estate at Cherokee Dock, has seven bedrooms and seven bathrooms. Each bedroom is themed after a Country Music legend, such as Garth Brooks, Johnny Cash, Loretta Lynn, Dolly Parton, Willie Nelson, Patsy Cline, and of course, Reba herself.
“We really wanted to be intentional about paying homage to Reba, there are lots of details throughout the house, lots of horses, she loved her horses obviously, then we paid tribute to Country Music icons in each of the bedrooms upstairs to really speak to that," Andrea Williams with The Estate at Cherokee Dock, said. "This is Country Music history here, and so we wanted to keep that tradition alive.”
Throughout the rest of the home, there are touches that Reba herself put in place, such as a movie theater and wine cellar in the basement.
Where the property really shines is the event space that is available. Renters have so many options ranging from inside the home, outside near the pool, the Cumberland River, the tennis court, to an area under the trees planted throughout the property.
“Reba is such a huge icon, so to be in her space, to see all of the wonderful things, to see all the personal touches that she added to the property and now to have it open to the public so that they can experience that too, they can walk in her three-floor closet and workout in her gym with the same equipment that was here when she was here, it’s phenomenal and there’s nothing else like it anywhere else in the city," Williams said.
The space will be ideal for company retreats, special events, and weddings, giving people the opportunity to rent the property for the day, overnight, or for an extended period of time.
To kick off their first year, The Estate at Cherokee Dock is providing 30% off new bookings. You can find more information on their website.