Blake Shelton’s Mom Put His Childhood Home up for Sale… and the Living Room Is Raising Some Eyebrows

Celebrities’ homes make headlines all on their own, but most of the time it’s because of the million-dollar price tag, spacious acreage, or even prime locations on oceanfront/mountainside properties.

However, for Blake Shelton’s childhood home — which his parents have listed at $250,000 — the Ada, Oklahoma, property is turning heads for an entirely different reason.

Shelton has mentioned his Oklahoma roots once or twice before in his music, interviews, and role as a judge on “The Voice” … in other words, he’s constantly showing off his Oklahoma pride.

He’s even spoken about the specific house he grew up in, saying:

“I spent 18 hours of the day in the summertime at the creek out back catching turtles and crawdads and lizards and snakes. Anything that my mom was afraid of, I was out there trying to snatch up. I didn’t even know what a video game was, and I think that’s why I loved that place.”

But when that house went on sale through realtor Tyler Thompson of Mary Terry & Associates Real Estate, people couldn’t take their eyes off the unique features the home offers:

Image Credit: Mary Terry & Associates Real Estate

Apart from its spacious yard and brick facade, the house also comes fully equipped with a warm, Shelton kitchen:

Image Credit: Mary Terry & Associates Real Estate

And to enjoy a cup of the Shelton’s coffee, one could step into the well-lit back room:

Image Credit: Mary Terry & Associates Real Estate

Or if it’s warm outside the spacious deck:

Image Credit: Mary Terry & Associates Real Estate

However, the feature that threw most people off was the interior camouflaged wall placed in the center of the home:

Image Credit: Mary Terry & Associates Real Estate

It resembles a tiny playhouse built inside a real-life house:

Image Credit: Mary Terry & Associates Real Estate

But, according to the real estate site, it functions as a bathroom and office space…

Image Credit: Mary Terry & Associates Real Estate

Sounds like a convenient addition for a fully-functional family, actually.

Although it’s unclear if Shelton is sentimental about the sale of his childhood home, it’s safe to say he’ll never forget the memories made while he lived there … and buyers will never forget the memory of his living room outhouse.

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