Country music star Luke Bryan calls Williamson County home, just like so many other artists. Moving from his Brentwood home to his Franklin farm in 2012, the Bryan family shared a first look with Nashville Lifestyles.
Designed by local interior designer Chad James, the project included a guest home, barn, and main home on the 150-acre farm.
The inspiration for the barn came from Bryan’s visit to Blackberry Farm just outside of Knoxville serving as a backdrop for an album release party with industry insiders and most recently featured in Billboard magazine.
Bryan named the property “Redbird” after his late sister, Kelly, who died suddenly.
On this season of “The Voice” Bryan has teamed up with Blake Shelton serving as a mentor for the show. In addition, Bryan will return to host the ACM Award show on April 2 in Las Vegas.