Peek Inside Kelly Clarkson’s Social Distancing Cabin in Montana

published Apr 8, 2020
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Kelly Clarkson at the 2018 Billboard Music Awards
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Last week, Kelly Clarkson gave fans a tour of her Montana ranch she calls the “Vintage Valley,” a wide-open space with plenty of trees and horses. It’s a space that she and her husband Brandon Blackstock dreamed of owning, since both grew up in the countryside. “It’s nice to get into nature. As a society, we don’t do it enough. We’re always working constantly, so it’s nice to come out here and sit by the stream, hear the water flowing, and be around all the trees,” Clarkson says in her video that she posted to “The Kelly Clarkson Show” YouTube channel.

On April 6, Clarkson gave fans an even more intimate look inside the log cabin she and her family have retreated to in order to self-isolate. Clarkson’s cabin is really quaint and free of any frills you’d expect from a celebrity. The cabin is a studio space with beds, a kitchenette, table, and a small fireplace.

Clarkson made sure to point out that she hasn’t taken down the Christmas wreath former “The Voice” co-judge Gwen Stefani gave her. “Hey, thanks Gwen Stefani, for sending us this for Christmas. It’s still lasting out here in the wilderness,” Clarkson says. 

In the video, Clarkson continues, “It’s kind of cute, this is where we hang out!” She points the camera to a framed photo of Dolly Parton and says, “And there’s Dolly, what’s up Dolly?” The cabin is also complete with games and puzzles, which she and her family love to play. The cabin currently houses Clarkson, her husband, and their kids (River Rose, Remington Alexander, and her step-kids Seth and Savannah). 

If you’re wondering how much it costs to get your own Montana ranch, just be warned: It ain’t cheap. Property site Hall Hall features Montana ranches for sale, and it looks like the low-end selling price is $750,000. For that price, you’d be the owner of 60 acres of land broken up into three 20-acre lots. On the high-end, you could purchase a ranch for $58 million, which covers over 126,305 acres. (You’d basically be buying a town.) 

It’s unclear how much Clarkson and her family purchased their Montana ranch, but the important thing is that it makes them happy and gives them the space they need to feel grounded (and safe during these times). Clarkson owns several other homes, including her $8.5 million Los Angeles farmhouse and $2.8 million Nashville mansion. 

While her other homes may have a few more amenities, we get the feeling that this Texas native has a super special place in her heart for her cozy Montana cabin. As simple as it may be, it has a lot of heart and is most certainly home to a lot of great memories.