The majestic, ornate, three-story mansion with four massive columns and a second story balcony that stretches its breadth is a salute to throwback southern charm.
Covey Rise, in Mt. Juliet, is centered on 116 rolling, countryside acres and takes the breath away from people who see it for the first time. It’s a 15,000-plus-square-foot custom built, colonial style mansion that recently was lovingly restored and revived by Butch Earheart, in honor of his father, Bob Earheart, who built it in 1985.
After months of vigorous and detailed renovation geared to retain the history and original unique characteristics of the home, Covey Rise came to life again as a one-of-a-kind public venue for all events; such as weddings, receptions, sports banquets, corporate parties and reunions. Its very first event was the wedding of Kacy Hagerty Callaghan who had her “dream” wedding there in October.