Some folks wait a lifetime for a house like this. But Kelly Clarkson is promoting the mansion she custom-designed with estranged husband Brandon Blackstock.
The eight-bedroom home in Encino, California, was purchased by the Voice coach, 39, in June 2018 whereas she was married to Blackstock. The duo, who tied the knot in 2013, cut up in 2020 with Clarkson formally submitting divorce papers in June of that year. The divorce is about to be finalized in January 2022.
The farmhouse-style residence had loads of room for their household with over 10,000 sq. ft. The exes share daughter River, 7, and son Remington, 5, and Blackstock, 44, can be father to youngsters Savannah, 19, and Seth, 14, from a earlier relationship.
The mansion, which Clarkson purchased for $8.5 million, was custom-built in 2018 and options uniquely distinctive wooden panels on the outside in addition to black window frames and storage doorways.
Inside the home — past the tall privateness fence enclosing the property, in fact — is a spacious residing space. The kitchen and front room have an open flooring plan with three kitchen islands, two with black granite counter tops and one with a wooden floor for casual eating.
The cozy front room encompasses a fire and sliding barn doorways that confide in a proper sitting space. A sunroom additionally encompasses a sofa and TV, offering loads of locations to sit back and chill out. For a extra formal affair, there’s a separate eating room, which shares a glass wall with a temperature-controlled wine room.
There is a lot to maintain residents busy with at Clarkson’s former California farmhouse. There is a house theater, recreation room and health middle. Just in case the principle home is feeling crowded, a two-story visitor home sits on the property with two bedrooms and a full kitchen.
The giant yard is secluded with timber and fences to take care of privateness. The garden offers children loads of area to run round, however a glass fence across the pool and barbecue space retains any little ones from leaping in with out supervision. The outside space features a full kitchen, full with wooden burning pizza oven and two islands, in addition to a lounge space, pool and scorching tub.
Clarkson’s home was listed by Chris Corkum and Linda Brende of Compass and the client was represented by Craig Knizek at The Agency.
She’d been making an attempt to promote the home since submitting for divorce final year. The Texas native, who’s now legally-single, listed the property at practically $10 million in summer season 2020, however she finally ended up promoting for rather less than what she paid for the property.
The “Miss Independent” singer has been making lots of actual property offers in current months. She offered her 20,000-square-foot Nashville mansion for $6.3 million after the property spent 4 years on the market, Architectural Digest experiences.
She additionally purchased a considerably smaller home in Toluca Lake neighborhood of Los Angeles for $5.445 million in June. The newest buy is barely about 5,000 sq. ft, however the five-bedroom, seven-bathroom residence has loads of room for the only mother and her children.
The singer want to do away with her Montana properties as effectively. In her divorce paperwork, Clarkson referred to as the ranch a “financial burden,” however Blackstock testified that he needed to go away the leisure trade to develop into a full-time rancher.
While Clarkson gained the ranch, Blackstock should pay to take care of the ranch. The court docket docs, obtained by Us Weekly in August, added that if Blackstock fails to pay the $81,000 in upkeep prices every month, the Kelly Clarkson Show host can file one other movement to promote.
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