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Inside Kelly Clarkson’s new $5.4 million mansion

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Kelly Clarkson and her two children moved into a new mansion in Los Angeles in 2021 after her split from Brandon Blackstock. The Voice coach, talk show host and singer bought a $5.4 million mansion in the Toluca Lake area of ​​Los Angeles, real estate records show. Clarkson previously shared a home in Tennessee with Blackstock, and they also owned a home in California together.

Clarkson is finalizing her divorce from Blackstock and has sole custody of their children, River and Remington, according to court records. They split time between the LA home and Blackstock’s new home in Montana, the couple’s divorce settlement reveals. The divorce settlement makes it clear that Clarkson owns the Los Angeles home, although she bought it before a judge settled the separation of their assets.

Clarkson bought the Los Angeles mansion from an LLC. Real estate records show the company purchased and remodeled the home in 2018 for $4.9. The home was originally listed at $5.6 million in 2020 and was relisted several times before being sold to Clarkson on June 2, 2021. The Toluca Lake home previously sold for $1.65 million in 1999, $1.75 million in 1991, and $950,000 in 1986, according to property records.

According to a listing viewed by Heavy, the Toluca Lake home has six bedrooms, seven bathrooms, and is nearly 5,000 square feet. According to the listing it is on a plot of just under 1 hectare. The guarded house was built in 1936, according to property records.

The listing explains that the home includes a “full guest house”, tennis court and pool, and offers “total privacy for the most discreet clientele, steeped in Hollywood glamour/style.” … Retaining the beauty of its artistic details, this property was just restored/renovated in 2018 while retaining its original charm/character. The Who’s Who of Hollywood partyed here.”

Clarkson’s new home also features fireplaces, a new kitchen, an “inviting living room and great room” with “walls of French doors and windows” opening onto a “huge garden.” Photos of the home also show plenty of space for Clarkson’s young children to play, including a large tree house and swing set.

According to Page Six, “While its first owners are unknown, it was home to Western film actor Robert Fuller in 1972, ‘Route 66’ star Dean Moray in 1989, and ‘Cheers’ producers and writers Edward and Cheri Steinkellner in 1992 Data. … In this century, the Beach Boys and concert producer Kevin Allyn and his wife Robyn Allyn owned the home in 2000 and appear to have discharged it in 2017 or 2018 when the home was sold to an anonymous LLC, which renovated the property to make it public Records.”

Clarkson also still owns property in Montana, including a ranch that was the focus of disputes during her divorce from Blackstock and a home that Heavy’s divorce case records say was used as a bed and breakfast. Blackstock leased the Montana ranch from Clarkson until he was forced to move out in June 2022.

In April 2022, Blackstock bought a $1.8 million home in Butte, Montana, according to US Weekly. Clarkson filed for divorce in 2020 and the couple settled the case earlier this year.

During the divorce proceedings, Clarkson sold two homes that she and Blackstock owned jointly, including a home in Los Angeles. According to the Los Angeles Times, Clarkson initially listed the Encino farmhouse for nearly $10 million but eventually sold it for $8.24 million. Ownership records show that Clarkson purchased the 10,000-square-foot home in 2018 for $8.5 million.

Clarkson also sold her lakefront mansion in Hendersonville, Tennessee, about 25 miles outside of Nashville, for $6.3 million in 2021, according to real estate documents. According to real estate listings, the home had been on the market for four years.

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