The childhood home of pop icon Britney Spears, located in Kentwood, Louisiana, has hit the market with a price tag of $1.2 million.
This significant listing offers potential buyers a rare opportunity to own a piece of pop culture history, complete with personal relics from the singer’s early life.
The estate, where Spears spent her formative years, spans a generous 1.87 acres and features a 213sq m residence with three bedrooms and three bathrooms, according to the Daily Mail.
The property’s most captivating selling point may be its connection to Spears’ youth, including a closet door inscribed with a defiant message about her one-time pop rival Christina Aguilera, reading “Christina sucks, Brit rules”.
This childhood home, sold by Spears’ estranged father Jamie in 2021 for $289,000, also includes the original dance studio where the star honed her craft.
Personal touches, such as a mirror adorned with stickers, including one from *NSYNC, and children’s drawings believed to be by Spears herself, add to the home’s unique charm.
Yvonne Hulsey of Keller Williams Realty Services, who is managing the sale, describes the acquisition as a “chance to own a slice of music history and one of the most iconic properties in the entertainment world.”
The home is not just a nostalgic haven but also offers a tranquil, park-like setting that promises peace and nostalgia.
The listing’s emergence coincides with renewed interest in Spears’ longstanding feud with Aguilera, which Spears revisited in her memoir, The Woman in Me.
The book touches on their complicated relationship, stemming from their days on The Mickey Mouse Club, and Spears’ feelings of vulnerability amid their public rivalry.