Kelly Clarkson’s ex-husband Brandon Blackstock is buying a $1.8 million home in Montana

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The Latest: Brandon Blackstock, 45, has bought a $1.8 million home in Butte, Montana after moving out of the ranch he once shared with ex-wife Kelly Clarkson, 40 would have

Brandon Blackstock has bought a $1.8 million home in Butte, Montana after moving out of the ranch he once shared with ex-wife Kelly Clarkson.

Blackstock, 45, bought the stunning property last April 18 after finalizing his split from Clarkson, 40, reported US Weekly after reviewing a deed transfer at the property.

The home was listed by Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Montana Properties for $1.8 million, and it wasn’t immediately clear how much Blackstock had paid for the property.

The Latest: Brandon Blackstock, 45, has bought a $1.8 million home in Butte, Montana after moving out of the ranch he once shared with ex-wife Kelly Clarkson, 40 would have

Clarkson starred on her show earlier this year

The Latest: Brandon Blackstock, 45, has bought a $1.8 million home in Butte, Montana after moving out of the ranch he once shared with ex-wife Kelly Clarkson, 40 would have

According to Berkshire Hathaway, the four-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bathroom home spans 4,800 square feet on a 40-acre lot.

The living area of ​​the home features vaulted ceilings and exposed beams with custom finishes. The property features a DaVinci fireplace and exquisite views through large windows.

An indoor kitchen area features state-of-the-art appliances with a copper sink, quartz countertops and a butler’s pantry with a wine refrigerator.

The amenities of the domicile include a steam room and a vault. Other features of the ranch include a barn with loft and tack room and a greenhouse.

The talk show host and singer filed for divorce from Blackstock in June 2020 after more than six years of marriage, telling the court they had irreconcilable differences.  They were photographed in Nashville in 2018

The talk show host and singer filed for divorce from Blackstock in June 2020 after more than six years of marriage, telling the court they had irreconcilable differences. They were photographed in Nashville in 2018

Clarkson agreed to a divorce settlement with Blackstock in March that set out their custody, finance and property arrangements

Clarkson agreed to a divorce settlement with Blackstock in March that set out their custody, finance and property arrangements

The home has a paved driveway that extends from a three car garage to a manicured county road.

Blackstock, a music executive, wants to leave show business and focus on ranching because he changed his company’s name to V Bar V Cattle Co, formerly known as Vintage Valley Ranch, according to the outlet.

The Fort Worth, Texas native left the Montana mansion he previously shared with Clarkson earlier this month, the outlet reported.

The talk show host and singer filed for divorce from Blackstock in June 2020 after more than six years of marriage, telling the court they had irreconcilable differences.

A Clarkson insider previously told the outlet that the former couple “had clashed on so many levels and being in quarantine together exacerbated their issues to the point of no return… Brandon is very relaxed while Kelly is quite tense.” .”

The Montana ranch they lived on was one of the issues they clashed over, as Clarkson was unsuccessful in her efforts to sell the property last August because Blackstock had resided there, and her subsequent attempts to sell Blackstock last August to be vacated in November.

Blackstock was spotted years ago with his daughter at the ranch in a footage posted by Clarkson

Blackstock was spotted years ago with his daughter at the ranch in a footage posted by Clarkson

The talk show host shared a shot of a cabin they used to share at the Montana ranch

The talk show host shared a shot of a cabin they used to share at the Montana ranch

A source told the outlet in December that Clarkson “had a major legal setback trying to evict Brandon from the Montana estate the judge had awarded her alone.”

Blackstock “has lived there and said he does not currently have the financial means to purchase a home of his own, citing the unresolved financial aspect of their divorce.”

The former couple finally settled their divorce last March, with the judge ruling that Blackstock could stay until June but Clarkson would have to pay $12,500 in rent every month.

Clarkson received primary custody of their two children, River, eight, and Remington, six, and is required to pay Blackstock $115,000 a month in spousal support and $45,600 a month in child support through January 2024.

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