Garth Brooks kept a big promise to wife and fellow country star Trisha Yearwood: He's selling his massive $3.5 million Oklahoma mansion!
When Yearwood and Brooks wed in 2005, she wanted to move to Nashville, the country music capital of the world -- but Brooks refused to leave his kids behind in Oklahoma, where his ex-wife, Sandy Mahl, moved.
A source dished, "Although Garth and Sandy divorced after 15 years of marriage, Garth continued to put his girls first. He adores his children, and there was no way he wasn't going to be a part of his daughter's lives on a daily basis."
Brooks promised Yearwood that he would sell the mansion once all three of his girls graduated high school, and now he's done just that. But we bet the gals will miss their old home!
The house is a 14,089 square-foot French country-style mansion resting on 2.4 acres in Owasso, Oklahoma. The property boasts seven bedrooms, 9.5 bathrooms, two kitchens, a five-car garage, a home theater and a gym. As a result of the luxury, Brooks' asking price is $3.49 million.
Since they're moving out, are more kids on the way for Brooks and Yearwood?
An insider reveals, "Trisha never felt either of her first two marriages was strong enough to have children. And when she and Garth finally married in 2005, after four years of dating, she found she didn't get pregnant, so they never had children of their own. Garth and Trisha did talk about adopting,’ adds the source, ‘but in the end they agreed that it was enough to parent Garth’s three girls together."
It seems to be working out for them!
We bet Garth Brooks will be sad to see this place go!
Garth Brooks' Oklahoma pad is just as beautiful on the inside as it is on the outside. Look at that shiny hardwood!