The very famous Kardashian- Jenner duo has an extensive real estate portfolio. They are not only reality TV icons but also rich businesswomen. 23-year-old Kylie Jenner is an owner of a $36.5 million dollar estate and her big sister Kim Kardashian owns some of the most beautiful properties in Los Angeles. Khloe Kardashian and Kris Jenner purchased two mansions side-by-sides recently as well.
It was recently revealed that why the TV stars turned into businesswomen. The sole reason behind the expensive purchase which includes a huge amount of property was for business purposes. It was simply a tax write off which makes sense, as they happen to be smart businesswomen. It seems that Kylie Jenner has really got into the real estate market.
Kylie Jenner’s $36.5 Million Mansion
In 2020 Kylie Jenner purchased a massive mansion in Holmby Hills, California, after she left Calabasas. She was named “youngest self-made billionaire” by Forbes magazine. Kylie Jenner has bought several homes over the years and notions to have a good eye for small investments. The Mansion covers almost 0.83 acres of land with 20 parking spots. According to Zillow’s listing, the mansion has seven bedrooms and 14 bathrooms. It also has a chef’s kitchen and an outdoor projection screen. Not only that but also it features bars, game rooms, gym, sports court, and home theatre.
Kim Kardashian’s Calabasas home
Kim Kardashian purchased the stunning Calabasas home in 2014 along with her husband Kanye West. They lived in that house along with their four kids. The Kimye HQ was worth of $60 Million. The home was designed by Kim’s rapper beau in a museum-esque manner which was talked all over the internet. In 2019 a home tour video for Vogue “73 questions” gave fans a peek inside the beautifully and uniquely decorated mansion.
Khloe Kardashian’s home
Khloe Kardashian purchased the Calabasas home from Justin Bieber. This mansion stands out to be the most iconic KUWTK home. In 2020 it was reported that she was considering selling out the mansion which was 11,000 square foot. After purchasing the estate she had remodeled it which cost about $7.2 million. Initially, the mansion consisted of six bedrooms and seven bathrooms. It is said to be her long-term home where baby True grew up.
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