Kylie Jenner Is Selling Her Calabasas Mansion for $3.9milion – Here’s a virtual Tour

Reality TV star and beauty entrepreneur, Kylie Jenner is selling her Calabasas mansion for $3.9million. After just over a year in residence and a whole load of stylish renovations, Kylie is reported to have her sights set on an even bigger, $6 million property in the area hence her decision to part with the mansion.

18 year-old Kylie paid $2.7 million for the house when she bought it last year, meaning that the savvy businesswoman has made a huge $1.2 million profit in that time!

In her first few months there, Kylie delivered a complete home makeover, converting the 4,851 square-foot Tuscan-style property to feature a gourmet kitchen, a spa, a cinema and two walk in wardrobes (one just for shoes). Remind us why she’s selling again? Oh yeah, the even bigger, $6 million property.

According to Kylie’s real estate agent, Tomer Fridman, the mansion is a total showplace. The five bedroom home also boasts seven bathrooms, a pool, a spa and a courtyard.

If you are yet to be sold on this property, perhaps we should let you into Kylie’s all-monochrome kitchen, which comes complete with glossy quartz countertops. The Kardashians love a good monochrome room, don’t they? Kylie perhaps took her design inspo from Kris Jenner’s famous checkerboard hallway?

You’ve probably seen snippets of the star’s home on her Snapchat and Instagram channels, plus, of course, on Keeping Up With The Kardashians, but take a look around the mansion in all its glory in the gallery above.

Asher Iheme

Poet. Photography lover. Writer. Random human. Humble with a mountain size hint of Kanye -_- #Maverick.

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