Once put up for sale by his mother, this expansive ranch-style home is boasting more than a few bedrooms and updated features!
The former home of country megastar, Blake Shelton, has been listed for sale and for one of the first times ever, folks are getting a glimpse inside this piece of country music history.
Truly his childhood home, the Ada, Oklahoma house has been in his family for years and is still owned by his mother, Dorothy. She recently listed the property for sale and Realtor.com has a full spread of photos that show exactly how country this house is!
Filling out a sprawling footprint of more than 3,100 square feet, the brick exterior and stacked stone front patio are a welcoming first impression as you enter the former Shelton homestead.
Built in 1973, this ranch-style abode is decked out with a total of three bedrooms, two-and-a-half bathrooms, a large living room and luxurious wrap-around deck.
Shelton’s mother, Dorothy had been living in the home until a couple years ago when she moved about an hour away to Lake Texoma. In the time since she moved away, Dorothy has been renting out the home but now has decided to put it up for sale.
While already decked out in rustic-themed features and design flourishes, this dazzling home has an incredible updated kitchen and a fully-enclosed back porch that is simply to-die-for!
With the already amazing list of features and country accents, you might think that this home was just some sort of standard-fare house in the South – but you’d be wrong! In the spirit of being a former country star’s home, this large abode holds a surprising room right in the middle of the house that’ll drop jaws!
The newest addition to the home is a pleasantly shocking “rustic room” that was built specifically for Shelton’s mom, Dorothy. Inside this massive rustic-style great room, there are accents of reclaimed barn wood used throughout and designed to look like a town straight out of the Old Western movies. This creative take on a living space even has an outhouse door and shingled roof!
Although the home definitely features the draw of people following Blake’s celebrity status, listing agent Tyler Thompson says that the family is not seeking to increase the home’s asking price with a so-called “Celebrity Tax” that is common among former homes of the rich and famous. Instead, they are listing it at a modestly-priced $250,000.
Watch Blake Shelton sing about coming home with Michael Buble in the video below.