Songwriter Carole King Lists Secluded Idaho Ranch

After making it big in the 1970s as a singer-songwriter, Carole King purchased this 128-acre estate in Stanley, Idaho. Fast forward to today and the songstress--who still owns the record for the longest time an album by a female has remained on the charts--is unloading this rustic estate that includes a 7,300 square foot lodge, guess cabins, and a greenhouse, all priced at a hefty $16 million. View the listing.

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After making it big in the 1970s as a singer-songwriter, Carole King purchased this 128-acre estate in Stanley, Idaho. Fast forward to today and the songstress--who still owns the record for the longest time an album by a female has remained on the charts--is unloading this rustic estate that includes a 7,300 square foot lodge, guess cabins, and a greenhouse, all priced at a hefty $16 million. View the listing.
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The property boasts two swimming pools that are heated by geothermal hot springs.
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For $16 million, enjoy the 7,300 square foot restored main lodge that overlooks Warm Springs Creek.
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A view of the series of guest houses that pepper the huge 128-acre property.
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King held the top-selling solo album record from 1971 until she was de-throned by Michael Jackson's Thriller in 1982.
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King obviously stayed true to her musical roots. This room is the perfect jamming studio with ample room for instruments and a vaulted ceiling.
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A view of the lodge's spacious updated kitchen.
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This cozy room features a stone fireplace.
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King's rustic ranch is located an hour and a half north of the resort town of Sun Valley. Its secluded locale makes it ideal for those seeking a rustic and private hideaway.
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In addition to the main lodge, there are guest cabins, a greenhouse, and a professional recording studio.
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