Brandon Blackstock, Kelly Clarkson’s ex-husband, has purchased a $1.8 million Montana mansion.
Brandon Blackstock has moved out of the ranch he lived with ex-wife Kelly Clarkson and into a $1.8 million home in Butte, Montana.
After analysing a deed transfer on the property, US Weekly stated that Blackstock, 45, purchased the beautiful house on April 18, following the finalisation of his divorce from Clarkson, 40.
Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Montana Properties listed the home for $1.8 million, and it was not immediately known how much Blackstock paid for it.
According to Berkshire Hathaway, the four-bedroom, two-and-a-half bathroom home is sprawled across 4,800 square feet on a 40-acre tract.
The living room of the house boasts soaring ceilings and exposed beams with a bespoke finish.
The property features a DaVinci fireplace and stunning views through huge windows.
The home’s kitchen features cutting-edge appliances, a copper sink, marble countertops, and a butler’s pantry with a wine refrigerator.
A safe/vault room and a thermal room are among the features of the residence. The ranch also has a barn with a loft and tack area, as well as a greenhouse.
The house has a paved driveway that leads from a three-car garage to a county road that is well-maintained.
According to the site, Blackstock, a music manager, wants to leave show business and focus on cattle ranching, so he changed the name of his company to V Bar V Cattle Co from Vintage Valley Ranch.
According to the magazine, the Fort Worth, Texas native left the Montana mansion he previously shared with Clarkson earlier this month.
After more than six years of marriage, the talk show host-singer filed for divorce from Blackstock in June 2020, claiming irreconcilable differences.
According to a Clarkson insider, the former pair ‘clashed on so many levels, and being in quarantine together exacerbated their difficulties to the point of no return… Brandon’s extremely laid-back, whereas Kelly’s fairly high-strung.’
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The Montana ranch they lived on was one of the topics they fought over, since Clarkson was unable to sell the property last August because Blackstock had lived there, and her subsequent attempts to evict Blackstock failed.