Inside Gwen Stefani And Blake Shelton’s Complicated Living Situation
Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton have been dating for over five years now, and they recently got engaged. You might be wondering where the couple calls home when they’re not coaching on The Voice.
Hello! magazine reports that Gwen and Blake split their time between Los Angeles and Oklahoma. Their LA home is reportedly close to Gwen’s ex-husband Gavin Rossdale, while they’ve also spent much of the pandemic at Blake’s ranch.
Check Out Gwen Stefani & Blake Shelton’s LA Home
Last year, Gwen and Blake bought a $13.2 million house together in Encino. The 13,000-square-foot property, built on spec, includes a home theater and a pool with an outdoor kitchen and bar.
Gwen and Blake bought the new digs after Gwen sold her Beverly Hills home, which she previously shared with Gavin Rossdale, for $21.65 million. The property reportedly went to comedian Sebastian Maniscalco.
Considering the couple films The Voice in California, it makes sense for them to have a property nearby. It also makes it easier for Gwen to co-parent her three kids with Gavin.
Last April, Gavin told Today that it was difficult not being able to see his kids as much due to the pandemic. “We do a lot of FaceTime,” he shared. “I find myself in my kids’ pockets a lot.”
The Couple Also Spends Time In Oklahoma
Gwen and her kids have also spent time at Blake’s properties in Oklahoma. The country star owns the 1,300-acre Ten Point Ranch near Tishomingo. Blake reportedly built a chapel on the ranch for Gwen. This is where he proposed to her last October.
Blake also has a waterside property by Lake Texoma, about an hour away from the ranch. The singer had the estate built in a Hawaiian style. He and Gwen have reportedly been splitting their time in Oklahoma between the two properties.
The couple celebrated Thanksgiving in Oklahoma last year, and Blake has filmed several music videos on his ranch. Gwen has said that it’s “stunning,” adding that it’s “a little bit simpler of a life that I didn’t even know existed.”