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Welcome to Meadows Homes of Lebanon, conveniently located next door to Don Fox City Park on Baddour Parkway.  Come by soon and visit us to tour our selection of homes!  We are open from 8 am to 7pm Monday thru Saturday and will gladly schedule an appointment after hours if needed.  We hope to see you soon!

VISIT US

539 Baddour Pkwy
Lebanon, TN 37087

CALL US

(615) 443-1505

FAX US

(615) 443-1941

EMAIL US

  • The Cottage

    2 bdrms + 1 bth        14442        572  sq.ft.

  • The Family Manor

    3 bdrms + 2 bths       16663     1023  sq.ft.

  • The Appleton

    3 bdrms + 2 bths        16763        1140 sq.ft.

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Rhonda Charter

An experienced professional in the housing business.  Rhonda works closely with all her clients to insure the very best value and best service available.  You can contact Rhonda by email

 

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30th Anniversary Sale

A sale 30 Years in the making!  Get your best deal now on a new home from Meadows! Stop by to see the GREAT deal you can get!

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Darrell Dickerson

General Manager

For more than 20 years Darrell has assisted families realize their dream of home ownership.  His knowledge of the industry, his experience in sales and management insures you that your home purchase will be a smooth process.

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Meadows Homes has served Lebanon and the surrounding areas since 1988.  We are the oldest manufactured home retailer in the area.  With over 20 years of manufactured housing experience myself and my experienced staff would welcome the opportunity to serve your family. - Darrell Dickerson


You may contact Darrell at darrell.dickerson@meadowshomes.net

 About Our Area

  • Wilson County

    Wilson County is located in the heart of Middle Tennessee. Wilson County was established by an act of the Third General Assembly of the State of Tennessee on October 26, 1799, three years after the organization of the state itself and consists of 583.27 square miles. The county was named … Continue reading

  • Cedars of Lebanon State Park

    Cedars of Lebanon State Park is named for the dense cedar forest that existed in the Biblical lands of Lebanon. The park contains 900 acres which are used for intensive recreation. An additional 8,100 acres are operated by the Parks Division as a natural area and by the Forestry Division … Continue reading

  • Historic Downtown Lebanon

    Lebanon is a quaint place. The county seat of Wilson County, has several antique shops, fifty antique shops located on all sides of the square have claimed the ancient city of southern Lebanon. The Trail of Tears, a historic event in which many South Indian tribes were forced to leave … Continue reading