After languishing on the market for two years, Kelly Clarkson’s Tennessee mansion has finally received a price cut. The musician has been trying to find a buyer for her massive waterfront home in Hendersonville since 2017, when she listed the property for $8.75 million, but hasn’t found any takers just yet. The 20,121-square-foot gated home disappeared from the market for a bit, but now it’s back, with a newly discounted $7.5 million price tag.
Clarkson and her husband, Brandon Blackstock, bought the seven-bedroom, 9.5-bathroom home, which sits on 4.06 acres, for $2.86 million in October 2013.
The double-height great room is fitted with a fireplace and French doors. The eat-in kitchen is equipped with stainless steel appliances, a center island and a stainless steel overhang bar with counter seating, as well as a breakfast nook. The formal dining room is currently furnished with a large table and two sparkling chandeliers.
The master suite has a fireplace and a sitting area, while has marble floors, double vanities and a tub in the center of the room surrounded by drapery.
There’s also a screening room and a game room downstairs with horse saddle stools at the bar.
Outside, there’s a saltwater pool and a jacuzzi, with a covered al fresco dining area with a fireplace. There’s also a private dock, per the listing held by Jack Miller of Parks Real Estate.
The Voice coach isn’t leaving Tennessee for good, as she and Blackstock have been building a new home on a farm they own near Nashville. They also have a West Coast residence, as the original American Idol paid $8.5 million for a farmhouse-style house in Encino last year. According to Top Ten Real Estate Deals, she and Blackstock are now living mostly in California, near the Voice production studio.