Earlier this year, the country star put her famous Starstruck Farm in Tennessee up for sale. According to the Tennessean, the 12,816 sq. ft. mansion has been purchased by a developer who has big hopes for the property. Zoning requests were just approved by the county, allowing the estate to be converted into a bed and breakfast and event space.
Although many believed the home would be turned into a unique concert venue, local ordinances will not allow for loud music to be played. Instead, the event space may welcome no more than 500 guests a time and may not create noise louder than 90 decibels. A maximum of 15 guests can stay at the bed and breakfast, which means visitors will have plenty of privacy and room to explore the estate.
The unique home first hit the market after McEntire split with her then-husband Narvel Blackstock. It's unclear when the B&B will open, but it will surely draw many country fans from across the globe.