There’s “no doubt” that Gwen Stefani will love this massive Oklahoma mansion with her new husband.
Newlywed country singer Blake Shelton and No Doubt singer Gwen Stefani have a newly-built home near Tishomingo, Oklahoma, photographs obtained by The Post show.
Approaching the house, two rows of trees line each side of the long driveway. The home sits on a hill in front of a lake, photos show.
The white mansion with a gray roof has Roman columns, a large front porch, a balcony and an upper-floor deck. As seen in pictures, dormer windows and chimneys peek out from the roof.
The main house appears to be divided into three main sections with an additional semi-detached stone house, photos show.
Photos of the backyard reveal a terraced garden, three covered patio areas and a pool with a Baja shelf. No further details about the mansion, including its exact location, are available.
The couple married at a small chapel on the property, about one mile from the house, on July 3. Photos obtained by The Post show flowers and food trucks from the celebrations still in position for the festivities.
Shelton built the chapel for Stefani and proposed there. US Weekly reported that the chapel is on his nearly 1400-acre ranch called the “Ten Point Ranch,” but The Post could not independently verify the location of the chapel.
The “Ten Point Ranch” was placed for sale in 2018 and 2019, and it is unclear how much of the property Shelton still owns. Listing brokerage Southern Comfort Realty did not respond to a request for comment. Shelton also owns the “Ole Red” bar, restaurant and merchandise store nearby.
The 45-year-old country music singer and the 51-year-old “Hollaback Girl” singer met as coaches on “The Voice” and began dating in 2015.
The “Just a Girl” singer has three children with her ex-husband, “Bush” singer Gavin Rossdale, with whom she was granted an annulment several months ago. Shelton was previously married to singer-songwriter Miranda Lambert.