Singer Carole King puts secluded Idaho ranch back on market for $16 millionBy AP
Saturday, July 3, 2010
Singer Carole King puts Idaho ranch back on market
STANLEY, Idaho — Songwriter and singer Carole King has put her 128-acre central Idaho ranch back on the market with a reduced asking price of $16 million.
The Robinson Bar Ranch compound near Stanley includes a 7,300-square-foot lodge, a private residence, a caretaker’s home, a professional recording studio, guest cabins and horse barns.
King put the ranch up for sale in 2006 for $19 million. A listing agent says the ranch was taken off the market because of problems with a bridge on a U.S. Forest Service road that has since been repaired.
King retains a condominium in the central Idaho resort town of Ketchum, where she is scheduled to perform with James Taylor on July 12 as part of their “Troubadour Reunion” tour.
King’s signature album is 1971’s “Tapestry.”
Information from: Idaho Mountain Express, www.mtexpress.com
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