Tour the Wilshire (if you dare) and catch spooky skeletons and creepy creatures, just in time for Halloween

Ghouls, goblins and creatures of the night – come one and come all to see the Blues Brother Bones Band rock the house in Music City! Only the bravest of concertgoers can see this gnarly group of musicians – now through Halloween at the Wilshire model home at Annecy in Nolensville, Tennessee.

The Blues Brother Bones Band will greet you immediately at the Wilshire’s expansive covered porch. The home’s bold, black exterior provides the perfect backdrop for a show. Sit and stay for a spell beneath beautiful, rich cedar before entering the model home (if you dare). 

At more than 4,700 square feet, the five-bedroom Wilshire has so much space it’s scary. In the roomy entryway, spooky skulls and bats await. Stick around, and you might see them fly right up the staircase – its design features stunning oak handrail paired with striking wrought iron. 

Across the hall in the study, come for the banjo and harmonica doo-wop … stay for the exquisite, floor-to-ceiling custom shelving. The spacious room is large enough to house a desk big enough for you, your skeleton vulture and your bad-to-the-bone doggie. Or like, books and stuff. 

Delightfully frightening décor adorns the Wilshire throughout. Crows have made a twisted nest on the cast stone mantle in the family room. A part of the flock resides on the waterfall island in the kitchen where the backsplash – a dusty gray marble – makes for a moody setting. 

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Head to the owner’s suite bathroom, where you’ll find a spooky skeleton scrub a dub dubbing in the freestanding bathtub. The expansive owner’s suite bathroom features gorgeous, modern cabinetry, a walk-in closet and an oversized shower.

And when you’re ready for a fireside treat, hang out back with some ghoulish groupies for a s’more or two. The Wilshire’s spacious outdoor living area – with covered porches on each floor – is the perfect spot for the after party.

No need to fright if fire pits aren’t your thing. You can warm your bones beneath the Wilshire’s covered porch, where an outdoor fireplace – lined by a cedar mantle – roars into the night.

Halloween at the Drees Homes Wilshire model home in Nashville, Tennessee
The Wilshire

Want to get in on the spooky fun? The Wilshire is open for tours seven days a week to walk-in guests and by appointment. Contact New Home Specialist Julie Schall to schedule a private tour.

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