Kelly Clarkson Buys L.A.-Area Colonial Pad, Sells Tennessee Mega-Mansion

Kelly Clarkson has had a busy few weeks on the real estate front. According to the Los Angeles Times, the singer picked up a Colonial-style house for $5.445 million in Los Angeles’s Toluca Lake area. The news of her latest purchase came days before she reportedly unloaded her 20,000-square-foot Nashville mansion, which had been on the market since 2017, for $6.3 million.

Though the new pad is smaller, the sun-drenched 5,000-square-foot gated property offers plenty of ample space for indoor-outdoor living. There’s a sunroom with a bright yellow floor-to-ceiling fireplace and a dining room wrapped in floral wallpaper, both with French doors that open to a patio. Other highlights include a massive living room with another fireplace; an up-to-date kitchen with white cabinetry, stainless appliances, and a wood island; and a rotunda-style breakfast nook that has French doors leading to the yard. The pad also has five bedrooms and seven bathrooms, including the main suite, which has its own living space, a fireplace, and a bathroom with forest green stone floors.

If the American Idol winner were to have guests over, the expansive backyard is perfect for entertaining. It boasts a rectangular swimming pool and spa, a tennis court, a guesthouse, and a gazebo.

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In addition to this new purchase, Clarkson owns a rustic ranch in Montana and a 10,000-square-foot farmhouse in Encino, which she has been trying to sell since filing for divorce from husband Brandon Blackstock last year.

Originally Appeared on Architectural Digest