Powerhouse singer Kelly Clarkson is a down to earth gal from Texas who found worldwide fame after winning American Idol. While she still maintains her Southern charm, Clarkson and her husband Brandon Blackstock have plenty to brag about, like the new home they're building in Tennessee. Since they're custom building a new abode, their 2007 custom build at 123 Summit Lane in Hendersonville is up for sale.
Priced at $8,750,000, the estate has been on the market for over a year at this point, probably due to the high price for the Nashville area. But this Tennessee mansion is worth fantasizing about as it sits on four acres next to two acres of open-air space owned by the US Army Corps of Engineers.
The house contains seven bedrooms and 9.5 bathrooms in 20,121 square feet.
Imagine hanging out here, in one of the many family rooms.
The master suite, while massive, looks warm and inviting.
And the bathroom isn't too shabby, either.
In the basement rec area, there's an appropriately-themed cowboy bar.
And why not add in a home theater if you have the space?
The kitchen will have you seeing double with two sinks, dishwashers, ovens, fridges and islands.
Oh, did we forget to mention that it's a lakefront property, as well? The private dock features a boat lift and two slips.
Of course, there's also a saltwater pool and two spas down from a dazzling double staircase.
And a playground next to an English garden.
In addition to building a new house in Hendersonville, Clarkson is also purchasing a $8.5 million home in Encino, Calif. in the San Fernando Valley region of Los Angeles. The Voice star's California abode has eight bedrooms and 11 baths squeezed in 10,000 square feet in a style the LA Times calls "a little bit country" modern farmhouse, proving Clarkson has great taste in real estate.