Local Businessman Buys Reba McEntire’s Former Nashville-Area Home for $3.1 Million [Photo Gallery & Video]

Local Businessman Buys Reba McEntire’s Former Nashville-Area Home for $3.1 Million [Photo Gallery & Video]

Local businessman Deron Lichte bought part of Reba McEntire’s former 83-acre Starstruck Farm estate in Lebanon, Tenn., (30 miles east of Nashville) for $3.1 million on Oct. 24.

Deron’s new 18-acre property, which he has dubbed Starstruck Estate, features a 12,816-square-foot home with seven bedrooms, five full bathrooms, chef’s kitchen, home theater, wine room, eight-car garage, tennis court, pool, guest house, barn, equestrian center with indoor and outdoor riding areas and more. The estate includes 18 acres of frontage on Old Hickory Lake.

Deron plans to use Starstruck Estate as a luxury event venue that will be open for weddings, galas, charity fundraisers, corporate retreats, songwriting retreats, family reunions and more. Deron is the CEO and owner of Food Warming Equipment, a global and growing commercial food-service equipment provider, which he moved from its original headquarters in Crystal Lake, Ill., to Portland, Tenn., in 2013.

Reba sold the 83-acre estate in July 2017 for $5 million to Paul H. Burch, who is currently developing a 15-home subdivision named Cherokee Meadows on part of the property.

Check out the photo gallery and video below.

photos courtesy of Forefront Digital Visibility

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