Chicago-based BlueRoad Ventures has acquired the 167-acre Fontanel property, located at 4133 Whites Creek Pike, for $14.5 million, according to the Nashville Post.
The property includes the Carl Black Chevy Woods Amphitheater, as well as The Inn at Fontanel, and was sold by owners and music industry veterans Dale Morris and Marc Oswald. The property has been on the market for approximately one year.
The site, which was originally built in 1988 for country artist Barbara Mandrell, also includes Natchez Hills Winery and Tasting Room, Adventure Works Ziplines, Cafe Fontanella, and Prichard’s Distillery, among others.
BlueRoad Ventures had not responded to requests for comment at press time.
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