KIM Kardashian has many qualities to boast about and each one has its own striking qualities.
The Kardashians star has been busy buying and selling homes across Southern California lately and building her real estate empire.
Last week, Kim dropped a whopping $70 million for a Malibu mansion.
The oceanfront property, located in one of Malibu’s most desirable neighborhoods, was once owned by supermodel Cindy Crawford.
The 7,400 sq ft home features 4 bedrooms and 5.5 bathrooms, as well as several spacious living areas with views of the surrounding beaches and mountains.
A source told the US Sun, “Kaia Gerber, Cindy’s daughter, is good friends with Kendall Jenner and tipped her off on the sale.”
Kendall apparently knew Kim, 41, was looking to buy an apartment to get a fresh start away from ex-husband Kanye West.
“This is the first place she’s bought without Kanye’s input,” the source continued.
“And while she won’t be living there full-time, she wants to vacation somewhere with the kids.”
And if she ever gets bored of her personal dream home in Malibu, she has plenty of other properties to rest on.
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As part of their divorce, the businesswoman received sole ownership of the couple’s $60 million Los Angeles mansion.
The couple, who shared the home with their four children, bought it in 2013 for $20 million before embarking on an extravagant renovation that lasted four years and sent the price skyrocketing.
The news of Kim getting to keep the house came as a surprise to some, as most of the construction and design process was led by the rapper.
Kanye has worked with famous architects like Axel Vervoordt over the years to build his dream home.
The home features a hallway clad in cream plaster and a living room with matching cream seating surrounding a limestone cocktail table.
Her kitchen features a spacious island, while Kim almost broke the internet when she revealed she doesn’t have sinks in her bathroom.
Perhaps the biggest change came when renovation workers ripped out the two swimming pools that already existed in the backyard, when Kim and Kanye instead opted for a huge pool that reportedly cost them $50,000.
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Not happy with her massive mansion, Kim dropped $6.3 million on the house next door in May.
By Kardashian standards, the four-bedroom, three-bathroom home is relatively modest.
But the price isn’t exactly modest, as Kim reportedly paid $6.3 million for the pad, which was $800,000 more than the asking price.
The home spans 4,230 square feet and sits on over an acre of land.
Oddly old and simple, the home features a formal living room covered in floor-to-ceiling mirrors.
It also came with microsuede sofas, a white baby grand piano, and giraffe statues.
It’s not clear what Kim has done or plans to do with the property.
When she doesn’t buy houses, she sells them.
Kim recently listed a replacement home she owns in Hidden Hills, very close to the mansion where she actually lives.
The star bought the ranch-style home in 2019 for $1.6 million.
The home sits on a 1.5 acre lot and measures 3,874 square feet and has 4 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms.
As per the listing, the bright, open floor plan includes a sunny center island kitchen with granite countertops and stainless steel appliances, opening to the spacious family room with a vaulted, open-beam ceiling.
The cozy home features large picture windows, a two-sided fireplace and hardwood floors.
Add a concrete pool and spa, covered patio with built in BBQ and 4 car garage.
There is also a barn across the road with 4 stables, tack room and feed room for horses.
Kim also just relisted a three bedroom, four bathroom condo she owns in Calabasas, California.
Already in 2019, the entrepreneur tried unsuccessfully to unload the property.
Now it’s back on the market for $3.5 million.
According to the official listing for the property: “Enter the minimal monastic style condo with 2,260 SF of open plan living, sleeps 3 with en-suite bathrooms, each with covered outdoor living area.
The unique home also features a semi-private elevator with direct access to the private foyer.
Kim originally bought the condo in 2017 for $1.6 million with the intention of using it as an office.
She has since moved into a massive, personalized office of her own.