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Songstress Carole King Selling Her Remote Idaho Ranch

Kenny Rogers isn't he only aging musician looking to unload a prime piece of property. The '70s sensation Carole King, who held the top-selling solo album record from 1971 until Michael Jackson's Thriller in 1982, is selling her 128-acre ranch in Stanley, Idaho. Now almost 70 herself, King is trying to cash out of the compound she's owned for 29 years. An hour and a half from the ritzy resort of Sun Valley, the property features a 7,300-square-foot lodge, a private owner's residence overlooking a creek, guest cabins, a greenhouse, and a professional recording studio. Plus, there are two swimming pools heated by geothermal hot springs. Close to the Salmon River, this $16M property is one impressive mountain residence.
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