To Top

An Unprecedented Move- Reality TV Star Kris Jenner Sells Hidden Hills Mansion for $15 Million

The Kardashians are always on top of their game, whether it’s modeling, cosmetics, skincare, merchandise- you name it! Their reality show, Keeping Up With The Kardashians, is known to be one of the best and most entertaining ones, with each major star of the series earning $930,000 per episode, according to CheatSheet. From being featured on top of all the news websites and on the cover of every magazine, they’re always on the move to do something new!

In the latest news, the oldest and one of the most successful of the Kardashian clan, Miss Kris Jenner has made an unexpected move in the real estate game. She just sold her beautiful dream home that sat in the Hidden Hills area of Los Angeles with the profit of over $5 million!

Evening Standard | Every member of the Kardashian family is a success

It is reported that the reality show star sold the mansion in an all-cash, off-market deal to Katharina Harf, the daughter of Coty CEO, Peter Harf. If that name sounds familiar, we’d like you to know that the same company purchased her daughter Kylie Jenner’s make up line, Kylie Cosmetics, back in 2019.

Jenner sold the magnificent 9,459-square-foot estate for $15 million, according to Variety, less than three years after she bought it for $9.9 million.

Yahoo | The awe-striking property has been in Jenner’s possession since 2019

Kim Kardashian, Kris’s daughter, lives in her family home just across the street, with her husband Kanye West and four children. Fans are surprised by her decision to sell the property because, after she moved into the house, Kris had hired interior designers-from the likes of industry giants like Tommy and Kathy Clements, and Waldo Fernandez- to renovate and turn it into a beautiful home that she’d be happy to own and live in.

During the Architectural Digest tour, Jenner said that when decorating, her goal was making the home “perfectly calm and peaceful, like a sanctuary.”

Architectural Digest | We are unsure if her furniture and art were part of the deal

The house consists of a total of six bedrooms and eight bathrooms, along with a second family room and gym. The second floor takes up most of the ensuite bedrooms in the house, contains massive sliding doors connecting the living room to an outdoor cover patio and walnut floors all over.

A lot of the space is monochromatic on purpose, so that her extensive art collection can have the perfect backdrop! It includes a Tracey Emin neon sculpture, which sits at the end of the hallway on the first floor, a Yoshitomo Nara painting displayed in the dining room, and a Yves Klein Blue Venus statue close to the great room.

More in Buzz

You must be logged in to post a comment Login