Starstruck Farms, Reba's former homestead, is a lush Tennessee waterfront paradise. Located on the Cumberland River, the estate has a private park with landscaped paths, an 8-car detached garage, a tennis court, a playground, and plenty of room for you to host every person you've ever met in true Southern fashion.

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The Tennessee property is being reimagined as a luxury event space and Bed & Breakfast.

Perri Ormont Blumberg
October 25, 2017

Whether it's a Christmas album or an eye shadow palette, we've never met something Reba-related that didn't zonk us out with happiness. Now, it looks like we may very well be able to add "house guest" to our trove of Reba treasures.

Earlier this week, news broke in The Tennessean that Reba's former Lebanon, Tennessee property will become a luxury event venue on November 1st. Having sold her one-time residence to Deron Licthe, CEO of a Portland-based food equipment company, Reba is not involved. However, Licthe plans to use her spacious digs as the backdrop for grand weddings, corporate events, group retreats, and more. With a fitting renaming of the property to Starstruck Estate, Wilson County has approved the music icon's former residence for events of up to 500 people, and up to 15 overnight guests. The anticipated opening date for the bed and breakfast has not been revealed.

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The sprawling 12,816 square foot home features an on-site pool, tennis court, equestrian facility, and guest house. According to another article in The Tennessean, management intends to name and design each bedroom in the mansion after a country artist. There's also a lakefront and indoor movie theater, should your event or wedding plans call for it.

Step out of the hot Southern sun into this private pool house and grab another margarita. This windowed space has beautiful stone floors, two full bathrooms, a vaulted ceiling with cedar paneling, a wet bar, French doors, and an outdoor sound system.

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If you need us, follow the sound of "Fancy" blaring (we won't break the property's 90 decibel rule, of course) and head to the pool.

For more photos of the property, check out the Trulia listing here.