The "Since U Been Gone" hitmaker, who shared the property with her estranged husband and their two kids, River Rose and Remington, will evidently take a price cut if the house sells for her asking price — a cool $9 million.
The 10,000-square-foot residence comes with eight bedrooms and 10 bathrooms, a main suite with beaming lights across the ceiling, a private patio and a lounge area.
If that wasn’t enough, perhaps the next homeowner will be impressed by the enormous private theater, while a personal gym and a wine room are just footsteps down the hallway.
Some of the other luxury amenities featured in Clarkson’s home include several walk-in closets, an outdoor pool, a two-story guest home and a spa.
The American Idol winner first listed the beautiful mansion back in May 2020 for the original price she bought it for — $10 million — but it seemed as if she hadn’t attracted any buyers since then, consequently having her readjust her asking price to $9 million.
A month after originally putting the property up for sale, Clarkson filed for divorce from Blackstock after seven years of marriage.
The ex-couple have been caught up in a legal war following claims by the singer’s camp, who allege that the talent manager defrauded her of millions throughout their marriage.
"We stand by our allegations that Starstruck violated the Talent Agencies Act, despite their boilerplate denials, and we look forward to trying the case before the Labor Commissioner in August,” Clarkson’s attorney, Ed McPherson, told Entertainment Tonight.
McPherson’s statement comes just months after the mother-of-two accused her ex of performing “illegal services” and had sent her invoices with ridiculous charges. She’s fighting for full custody of their children in the midst of Blackstock’s request that Clarkson pays him $436,000 in spousal and child support.
Earlier this month, Clarkson’s ex denied committing any fraudulent acts during their marriage, as revealed in court documents obtained by Page Six. In fact, the 44-year-old claims that his soon-to-be ex-wife owes his Starstruck Entertainment company $1.4 million for their involvement in securing the Grammy winner her gig with The Voice and The Kelly Clarkson Show.
If the judge approves his appeal, Blackstock could earn up to $5.2 million a year.
He’s also requested that Clarkson covers his $2 million attorney fees.