With her professional life now centered in Los Angeles, singer-talk-show-host Kelly Clarkson has just lowered the price on her Tennessee lake home – originally $8.75 million is now at $6.95 million ..
Kelly has owned her Nashville-area home for almost ten years, perfectly positioned for a full view of Old Hickory Lake with a grassy lawn going to the wide-water’s edge encompassing four acres and adjoining an additional two-acre Army Corp of Engineers public plot. A fun place to live for the whole family, the exterior has a covered two-boat boathouse with lift, a volleyball-sand court, an outdoor children’s play area and a pool-spa terrace with a covered pavilion for outdoor dining by a fireplace. All accessed via a double-sided-curved staircase descending from the upper terrace. Gardens are laid out in the English style, and for the green-thumbed there is a greenhouse.
The home, decorated by Kelly in her unique style, is reached via a long-gated driveway to the entrance car park with center fountain. An impressive foyer greets guests with its soaring double staircases. Measuring 20,121 square feet of living space, the home has seven bedrooms and eleven baths.
The master suite has its own seating area in front of a fireplace and a celebrity-worthy master bath. In addition to the more formal rooms, theater, game room, gym and two-story office, there is an especially fun entertaining venue: the cowboy bar with its saddle-bar stools. Not at all surprising that Wayfair chose Clarkson as a brand ambassador in an exclusive furniture and decor collection inspired by her style.
Kelly is living on the West Coast while filming her weekly talk show, The Kelly Clarkson Show and will continue as a judge on The Voice in 2021. She will be releasing a new album soon with songs written about her marriage and upcoming divorce from husband, Brandon Blackstock. The year, 2021, will be a very active year for Clarkson with an additional star added to her Hollywood Walk of Fame, and also hopes to start her Las Vegas residency that was postponed from 2020 due to coronavirus concerns.
Only a 26-minute drive to downtown Nashville, Hendersonville is well known for its Old Hickory Lake and the beautiful waterfront homes surrounding it that have been drawing Nashville’s music elite since the 1950s. Its 97 miles of shoreline are an idyllic getaway for hard-working and hard-touring musicians to get down time, whether fishing, boating, visiting marinas, the two campgrounds, the arboretum or docking at the Rudder Restaurant for a lazy Sunday lunch. Many of Nashville’s finest have called it home such as Johnny Cash, The Oakridge Boys, Ferlin Husky, Lee Ann Womack and Porter Wagoner. Hendersonville’s real estate records read like a Who’s Who in Country Music.
Jack Miller of Bob Parks Realty in Brentwood, Tennessee holds the listing.
Photo credit: Park Realty