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Inside Garth Brooks' Lavish Mansions & Trisha Yearwood's House Where 'Trisha's Southern Kitchen' Is Filmed

Olawale Ogunjimi
Jul 01, 2022
02:30 P.M.
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Country music star Garth Brooks continues his power couple life with his wife Trisha Yearwood out in Nashville. The duo previously lived in Oklahoma and Malibu.

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In 2016, Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood made news headlines after getting their lavish Malibu beach getaway home off the market. Real estate expert Yolanda Yakketyyak said the couple sold their house to tech boss Adam Bernhard.

Yearwood and her spouse bought the home in 2008 for $5 million and put it up for sale in 2014. The couple listed the property for $7.5 million and sold it off-market for $7 million.

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The 4,200 sq ft home, which sits in a gated enclave, is structured into a story and has a contemporary ranch style. The open-plan design of Yearwood and Garth's former home bears several french doors opening to other areas and the backyard.

The plan includes a combination living room, dining area, and a corner fireplace. It also houses an updated kitchen set-up with skylights, a library with floor-to-ceiling shelves, and a den. While the backyard possesses a shaded lounge area, it doesn't have a pool.

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The backyard boasts more fancy amenities like a half-court basketball court, a flat patch of grass, and an outdoor fireplace. The couple owned properties in Oklahoma and Tennessee when they sold the home.

YEARWOOD AND GARTH PREVIOUSLY LIVED IN OKLAHOMA

Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood attend the 43rd Annual Kennedy Center Honors at The Kennedy Center on May 21, 2021 in Washington, DC. | Source: Getty Images

Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood attend the 43rd Annual Kennedy Center Honors at The Kennedy Center on May 21, 2021 in Washington, DC. | Source: Getty Images

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When Garth and Yearwood became an item in the 2000s, the duo lived in Oklahoma. This was due to Garth's desire to stay close to his daughters, Allie, August, and Taylor Brooks.

Their mom and Garth's ex-wife, Sandy Mahl, moved to Oklahoma at the time. The "Thunder Rolls" singer was said to have promised his fellow star wife that they would move out of Oklahoma once his daughters completed high school.

Yearwood does not have any kids, but she rose to the occasion when her spouse needed the support. After their blended family became familiar, Yearwood happily stepped into her role as a bonus mom.

Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood attend the 42nd Annual Kennedy Center Honors Kennedy Center on December 08, 2019 in Washington, DC. | Source: Getty Images

Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood attend the 42nd Annual Kennedy Center Honors Kennedy Center on December 08, 2019 in Washington, DC. | Source: Getty Images

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Once speaking about it, the award-winning singer stated that not having kids could make one selfish sometimes, as it tends to be all about the individual. However, It was a "real lesson" for her to realize that having her bonus kids runs deeper than what she had going on.

Being a bonus mom to Garth's daughters was quite a challenge, but Yearwood and the girls became close after a while. She noted that having the girls in her life was a gift, and she could not imagine her life without them.

The "Walkaway Joe" crooner also talked about why she preferred to be called a bonus mom. Yearwood noted that the word stepmom reminded her of Cinderella. She added that Jada Pinkett Smith was the first to call her a bonus mom, and she has stuck to it since then.

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YEARWOOD'S IDEA OF A HOME

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In an exclusive with The Design Network, Yearwood opened up her psychedelic home in Nashville while sharing her values on what a home should exude. She stated that home spaces tell so much about who an individual is.

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For Yearwood, she wants visitors to walk into her home knowing she doesn't mind them being barefooted. She wanted them to know she was comfortable in her space.

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Yearwood noted that a home should be one's comfortable space. The star singer added that homes have their energies, and furniture helped create that "vibe." To this end, she believes one's surroundings should make one feel good.

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The "She's In Love With The Boy" singer added that a beautiful and comfortable home could equate to a happy life. The star relayed that each piece in her home was functional, which was a key feature for her.

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Her Nashville mansion, which she lives in with Garth, bears eye-catching details merging with the painted walls. The couple's main bedroom boasts a king-size bed, canopy frame, and dark furniture.

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The home has six bathrooms and a home space that opens to a splendid outdoor view of Tennessee. Outside, Yearwood sears with her spouse, beholding the sea of lawns and green hills.

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While the magnificent view of her home can be enjoyed from an outdoor hammock, the kitchen is Yearwood's favorite spot. It includes an island, patterned backsplash, a huge refrigerator, marble top cabinets, and a gas stove.

INSIDE YEARWOOD'S FAMOUS STUDIO KITCHEN

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Yearwood has filmed her famous Food Network show, "Trisha's Southern Kitchen," for 18 seasons and counting, and just a few weeks ago, she let fans in on her lavish studio kitchen. Yearwood made it known that it was not just a studio kitchen but a real kitchen in her home.

The TV star relayed that the kitchen was stationed in the first home she bought in Nashville. She also joked about the refrigerator stating:

"The refrigerator is always cleaner than my refrigerator at home."

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The star spoke of some filming secrets, like her tiny cake mixer, which served as an easter egg. "The Silent Night" star also revealed a conspicuous drawer that keeps her sticks of butter at room temperature for filming purposes.

Yearwood's cooking time is usually cramped into some minutes for TV, but it's impossible to cook all her meals within that time constraint. Therefore the star has a separate kitchen in the garage where the food is already cooked. She noted that only key ingredients were brought on set.

Trisha Yearwood and Garth Brooks attend "Garth Brooks: The Road I'm On" Biography Celebration at The Bowery Hotel on November 18, 2019 in New York City. | Source: Getty Images

Trisha Yearwood and Garth Brooks attend "Garth Brooks: The Road I'm On" Biography Celebration at The Bowery Hotel on November 18, 2019 in New York City. | Source: Getty Images

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She relayed that her most-used kitchen tool was a sharp knife she hardly recommended, while her most used appliance was her mixer. Yearwood is quite sentimental with some things in her kitchen.

The kitchen pro stated that her favorite things were on a top shelf. These included some Gwendoline platters and dishes. The star recalled how her mom, Gwen, would sketch her cakes before making them. Yearwood made those sketches into plate patterns, now her favorite kitchen items.

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