The splendid Nashville-area mansion Reba McEntire once lived in has been converted to a jaw-dropping events venue that celebrates the history of country music.

McEntire used to live the high life at Starstruck Farm, a 13,000-square-foot stately manor home on 83 acres in Lebanon, Tenn. The house sold in 2017 for $5 million to Nashville businessman Deron Lichte, who announced his plans to turn it into an extravagant events venue.

Now dubbed the Estate at Cherokee Dock, the property still features the spectacular grounds and views of Old Hickory Lake that McEntire once enjoyed, while the interior has been completely updated. The property boasts seven bedrooms, five full bathrooms, a chef’s kitchen, home theater, wine room, eight-car garage, pool, guest house, barn and more top-dollar luxuries.

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All seven bedrooms have been decorated to pay tribute to some of country music's all-time biggest stars, beginning with the master suite, which features a theme paying tribute to McEntire herself. The other rooms pay tribute to Patsy Cline, Willie Nelson, Garth Brooks, Dolly Parton, Loretta Lynn and Johnny Cash.

According to its website, the Estate at Cherokee Dock is "Middle Tennessee’s premier event venue for those looking to host high-end events on some of the region’s most beautiful property." The estate is the perfect setting for "elegant weddings, exquisite galas, private retreats, corporate celebrations, charitable fundraisers and any other ceremonial events you can creatively conceptualize."

For more information, visit the Estate at Cherokee Dock's official website.

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