Reba’s Former Nashville Home To Be Turned Into Luxury Resort & Event Venue

A house with a fountain in the front yard
Estate at Cherokee Dock

Ever wanted to get married at Reba’s house? Well now you can.

The Estate at Cherokee Dock, which was once the superstar’s former home, is being turned into a luxury 5-star resort and event venue. Reba sold the 13,000 square foot home on Old Hickory Lake just outside of Nashville in 2017 for $5 million, and is now under the management of Nashville-based Infinity Hospitality, which hopes to turn it into “a true resort and destination.”

Infinity Hospitality president and owner Nathaniel Beavers explained his vision for the property, comparing it to the historic Biltmore Estate in Asheville, North Carolina:

“We’re really excited about it, it adds another layer to what we’re doing, have the lodging component mixed in with a great piece of property and be able to provide the hospitality and auxiliary services we know clients we would want. The idea being we can make it a true resort and destination where you are waited on every moment you are there…

Part of the problem has been ‘where are we going to take them?’ If you are bringing a group in town there wasn’t a place that really had all of that in one spot, I think about these ideas of these great places people go to from Asheville, Charleston, they have these great resorts people go in.

When you go stay at the Biltmore you know everything is going to be amazing. You know it’s going to be there. We have hired an amazing culinary staff coming in.”

The property will have both indoor and outdoor event space for weddings, corporate events, and everything in between, and will be able to offer amenities like spa treatments, boating, fishing, golf, horseback riding, along with a movie theater, pool house, and outdoor tented pavilion.

Reba’s former home sits on 13 acres of property and was built in 1960. The incredible home can house up to 30 overnight guests in its seven bedrooms, which are each named after country music legends like Willie Nelson, Patsy Cline, Garth Brooks, Dolly Parton and Loretta Lynn.

All I can say is, I’m glad my fianceé didn’t find out about this place before we booked our wedding venue, because I definitely don’t think this mansion is in our budget.

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