Following a long period of four years and multiple price drops later, Kelly Clarkson, former “American Idol” winner, “The Voice” coach, and pop icon, has secured a buyer for her mansion in Hendersonville, TN.
In 2012, Kelly Clarkson and her now estranged husband, Brandon Blackstock, purchased the home for $2.86 million. With its lavish renovations, the waterfront estate spanning over 4 acres was first presented in 2017 at an asking price of $8.75 million. In comparison to other homes in the area including those of music legends Johnny Cash, Roy Orbison, and Taylor Swift, Clarkson’s asking price was steeper. Failing to attract potential buyers, the price was substantially reduced to $7.5 million in 2019 before dropping once more earlier this year to $6.95 million. On April 19, a deal was secured and the home went into contract. While currently pending sale status, her stylish mansion was last on the market for $6.95 million.
Clarkson’s Tennessee home rests in a serene, forested cul-de-sac spanning 20,121 square feet. This extravagant yet homey estate opens to a grand foyer, formal dining room, and a gorgeous view of the waterfront from every window. Further into the home presents an open kitchen, adjacent family room, and comfortable dining area. The master bedroom features a fireplace, sparkling chandelier, luxurious bath, and bay windows overlooking the water. The property is also equipped with a variety of entertainment options such as a screening room, game room, cowboy themed bar, saltwater pool, and a dock with private access to the lake.
With one of two real estate deals secured, Clarkson’s modern farmhouse in Encino, CA is still on the market. Nonetheless, pop legend Kelly Clarkson is able to bid farewell to her picturesque Tennessee mansion after a lengthy four years and move forward from her former home.
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