No, That’s Actually Not Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert’s Former Home
Photos of Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert's lavish 11,000-square-foot mansion in a wealthy Nashville suburb have been all over the internet since 2014 — only, not really.
According to Variety, Shelton and Lambert bought an estate in an ultra-exclusive neighborhood in Brentwood, Tenn., for just under $2.26 million in July of 2013, two years after they married. Zillow shows the 10,627-square-foot mansion as having five bedrooms, six bathrooms and two half bathrooms, as well as a wet bar, pool, fitness center and tennis court. It's certainly a house fit for two of country music's biggest stars.
But as it turns out, Variety's information is incorrect, according to Lambert's reps. Despite being reported by InStyle, Taste of Country, E! and even Forbes, the massive estate was never their house at all. A search of property records shows that a trust owned the home during the years Lambert and Shelton were reported to have lived there, but the names of the owners of the trust do not appear.
Since Shelton and Lambert divorced in 2015, Lambert now resides in a rural area outside of Nashville on a 400-acre rustic estate that is beautiful, while retaining a down-home charm.
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Shelton is still living in the tiny town of Tishomingo, Okla., where he and Lambert had another house during their marriage. His property there includes a tropical-themed estate where he and girlfriend Gwen Stefani sometimes hang out, and she has shared a few shots of the luxury getaway on social media.
Stefani also still owns a stunningly lavish nearly 15,000-square-foot mansion in Los Angeles, which she has listed for $29 million. See pictures of that jaw-dropping residence below.
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