Kelly Clarkson is saying sayonara to her Los Angeles home. The 38-year-old country music star has put her custom-built 9,839 sq. ft. mega-mansion on the market for a whopping $10 million. The rustic industrial-inspired home sits in Encino located in the San Fernando Valley and has eight-bedrooms, nine bathrooms, and two half baths, according to its listing. “The Kelly Clarkson Show” host’s home boasts extra high wood-beam ceilings and an open floor plan. The sprawling property is listed for $9,995,000.
Besides its large living space, Kelly Clarkson’s “inspirational and practical” home boasts a gourmet kitchen and two-story guest house which has two bathrooms and a complete kitchen. And if you’re in the market for a killer master bedroom, you’ve found your match. The “Since U Been Gone” singer’s master suite is a sight in itself with a fireplace to set the mood and its own fireplace. The inside of the home isn’t the only highlight of his sprawling property, just wait until you see the backyard!
With a sparkling pool, spa and private cabana, Kelly Clarkson’s backyard is every party lover’s dream. The outdoor area comes equipped with a built-in lounge, firepit, and a complete kitchen with a pizza oven. The home is practically brand new as it was just built in 2018. For the lucky buyer, the listing promises “this masterpiece elevates daily life to a whole new level.” Kelly Clarkson is currently out of the Los Angeles home and practicing self-isolation with her family at another one of her stunning properties.
“The Voice” judge is social distancing at her ranch in Montana with her husband, Brandon Blackstock, as well as their kids, River Rose, 5, and Remington Alexander, 3. The singer’s stepchildren, Seth, 13, and Savannah, 18, are also there with them. Kelly Clarkson recently gave fans a glimpse into the “Vintage Valley” ranch revealing the gorgeous property. “We literally work almost seven days a week, if not seven days a week, so when we have time off we really like to check out,” she said in the video. “It’s nice to get into nature . . . it’s nice to just come out here and sit by the stream and hear the water flowing and be around all the trees.”