Luke Bryan is a country music superstar, and when he’s not performing live, you can probably find him at one of his two houses.
Although Bryan has a beach property in Florida, he and his wife Caroline raise his two sons there as well as his sister’s three children, whom they adopted after she and her husband went away.
In honor of his sister Kelly’s passion for red birds, the 150-farm complex is known as Red Bird Farm.
Chris, Bryan’s brother, died in a car accident when he was 19 years old, and Kelly also unexpectedly departed away in 2017.
She inexplicably passed away while at home with her small kid from causes that the coroner and pathologists were unable to identify.
Jordan, Kris, and Til, who are now in their 20s, were raised by her husband, Ben Lee Cheshire, until Cheshire’s death in 2014.
The Bryans then adopted their two nieces and one nephew.
“We didn’t give it a second thought. I don’t recall ever having to sit down with him and discuss whether or not we should take on this. Caroline told Country Living, “We simply did it.
Sadly, tragedy struck Caroline’s family when her niece Sadie Brett passed away at the age of seven months from a heart ailment.
Luke stated, “I’ve seen my family go through ups and downs when we get angry at God and we get angry at why this has occurred. “Well, you keep going and trying, trying to be as positive as you can be, trying to appreciate every day.
On the Bryan farm, a field of vibrant flowers and a party barn were built and dedicated in her honor.
Luke remarked, “You have to honor their memory by living; you have to be a good example for people.” “Life will get you a little bit if you live long enough.”
The 10,000 square foot main house, a 1,800 square foot guest house, and a 7,000 square foot party barn are all part of Red Bird Farm.
The guest home is close to a catfish pond and has three bedrooms, two bathrooms, a living room, kitchen, media room, front porch, and screened-in porch.
The barn is home to a variety of rescue animals, including a donkey, a white pony named Kilo, a goat named Goober Goldsby, miniature horses, and pigs.
Thus, there are plenty of people living in the Bryan home.
The Bryan family places a high value on having family close by and remembering those who have passed on.
Luke said on receiving the 2014 CMA Entertainer of the Year award: “It certainly makes it special when we’re all together and we know that people are smiling down, and they’re, they’re with us, celebrating these amazing moments.”
Additionally, Luke and Caroline travel to their beach house in Florida, which they have named “Snowman” in Chris’ memory.
An 8 on a single hole is referred to as a “Snowman” score.
Chris wasn’t a particularly good golfer, Caroline told Traditional Home.
The family retreats to Snowman for some quiet relaxation.
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