Inside Kelly Clarkson's gorgeous Encino mansion: ‘The Voice’ judge, worth $45M, puts it on sale for $10M
Kelly Clarkson stepped onto the ladder of success in 2002 after clinching the trophy of the first winner of 'American Idol' and has charmed music lovers with songs like 'Stronger (What Doesn't Kill You)' and 'Because of You' since then. In a career spanning 18 years, she has won two Grammy Awards and sold over 25 million albums across the globe. She currently holds a seat among the judges of 'The Voice' and revels in a lavish lifestyle with her family in her waterfront Tennessee home, the Montana ranch, where they are hunkering down during the 2020 pandemic.
The singer-songwriter, who is married to Brandon Blackstock since 2013, is looking for buyers for her spectacular mansion in Encino, California priced at a staggering $9.995 million. With a net worth of over $45 million, she fills her personal space with fresh energy and her beautiful mansions have a welcoming feel. Modeled after a farmhouse, it features a barbecue island and a swimming pool. Bursting with an enlivening aura, her homes are filled with wooden interiors and feel-good textiles. The rooms are airy and large, which exuberate a cozy atmosphere. Guests are bear-hugged in warmth and affection, especially in her San Fernando Valley Encino home.
Constructed in 2018, the almost 10,000-square-foot home is comfortably sized for a family of six. Not just lively interiors, the house comes with pocketing glass walls that open to indoor and outdoor venues, perfect to host groups of extended family and friends. If that's not all to grab your attention, there's a formal living room, dining rooms, and eight bedrooms — one a master suite with its own private patio, eleven baths, and a spacious kitchen and family room dining space with pool and lawn views.
A wine cellar, built-in home theater, private getaway spaces, both indoors and out provide spots for quiet meditation or to kick back and read a novel without interruption are some of the biggest attractions. Recreation is easy to find whether it is in the game room with its own kitchenette for snacks or the large pool deck with a dining area near the kitchen. Oh, and there are twin bars and an outdoor kitchen with a fireplace and lots of space for sun loungers.
The pool, spa, and lawn are completely private with large walls and mature shrubbery. And if you have extra visitors, there is a separate two-bedroom guest house. Clarkson and her manager-husband Blackstock bought the house two years ago for $8.25 million, according to The Times. If you're interested, the listing agents are Chris Corkum and Lisa Brenda of Compass, Los Angeles.