Last month, the lake-front estate formerly known as Starstruck Farm was sold for $5 million. The 83-acre estate was sold by its former owner, Reba McEntire, country music singer and actress.
The home is 12,816-square-feet and sits on Old Hickory Lake in Lebanon.
Plans were submitted to the Wilson County Planning Commission recently by the new owner, to develop a portion of the land. The Commission reviewed and approved the preliminary plat and has received the final plat for consideration this month.
According to Wilson County Planning Director Tom Brashear, The final subdivision plat, named Cherokee Meadows, includes the addition of 15 lots, ranging in sizes of .89 acres and 1.82 acres. Each lot has adequate road frontage, no new public road infrastructure is presently proposed.
“They did agree to access several of the lots via Cherokee Boat Dock Road rather than establish new driveway cuts on Highway 109. The one exception was that Lot one of the plat will access Hwy 109 via an existing driveway on HWY 109 just to the north of the lot. This lot is being granted access by easement to this existing driveway as its northern property line is adjacent and in close proximity to the existing driveway,” said Brashear.
The land to be developed will only constitute a portion (17.22 acres) of the total land.
“We are not aware of the intent for the remaining portions of the larger property holdings by the current owner(s) at this time,” said Brashear.
The plans for the final plat will be presented to the Wilson County Planning Commission August 18, for review.