Kelly Clarkson has finally found a buyer for her $6.95 million Tennessee mega-mansion, The Post has heard.
The property entered contract on April 19, more than three months after the singer, 39, slashed the price, property records show.
The estate, which features seven bedrooms and 11 bathrooms, was initially listed for $8.75 million in 2017 and steadily decreased in price as it remained on the market. She reduced the price by $550,000 from $7.5 million in January.
Following her turbulent divorce, the sale brings an end to a dark period in Clarkson’s life.
The 2002 “American Idol” winner paid $2.86 million for the Hendersonville house, which is located about a half-hour from Nashville. She married Brandon Blackstock, her now-ex-husband, a year later, in 2013.
Clarkson sought divorce from her husband in June, citing irreconcilable discrepancies. They are parents to two girls.
The 20,121-square-foot house, which sits on more than four acres of land, features a double staircase, a home theater, and a wet bar. There is a private pier, a saltwater pool, and two spas on the property.
The singer of “Since U Been Gone” accused Starstruck Entertainment — specifically, Blackstock and his father, Narvel — of fraud and “illegal services” in December. Narvel initially sued Clarkson, alleging she owed the management company $1.4 million from her “Voice” deal and would continue to do so as long as she remained on the show. However, Clarkson retaliated, claiming that the Blackstocks were not allowed to work as agents in the state of California and that they concealed this fact from her while charging “unconscionable fees.”
In response, Bryan Freedman, attorney for Starstruck Management Group, told Page Six: “The labor petition conveniently overlooks the fact that Kelly already had her own [representatives at] licensed talent agency CAA. Although Starstruck Management Group managed her talent on her behalf, it did so while CAA remained her agency of record.”