Kylie Jenner’s real estate portfolio continues to grow. The self-made billionaire recently purchased a brand-new Holmby Hills compound for $36.5 million, TMZ first reported, expanding her holdings beyond Calabasas, where she has owned multiple homes over the years. According to People, the estate was completed last August, and was originally listed for $55 million; the price was later cut down to $45.95 million.
The modern compound spans 0.83 acres, and includes an expansive 15,350-square-foot single-story main house and two separate guest apartments, all built with concrete exteriors that ensure the ultimate privacy, but give way to open-plan, light-filled interiors. There are a total of seven bedrooms and 14 bathrooms, with entire walls of glass that slide open to reveal direct access to a central courtyard with a long, rectangular pool, a spa, a dining area, a firepit, an outdoor theater area, and a sports court for pickleball or basketball.
The home is undeniably made for entertaining, with a game room that features a pool table, full bar, and lounge seating, and which opens directly onto an indoor home theater with stadium seating. A living room-type space features a floor-to-ceiling fireplace, yet another wet bar, and a shuffleboard table. The chef’s kitchen boasts marble countertops and stainless-steel appliances, and is situated adjacent to a family room with a TV-mounted fireplace and built-in shelves. The property also boasts 20 parking spaces, a dedicated guardhouse, and a home gym.
Like the rest of us, Jenner is presently on lockdown. It isn’t entirely clear where she and her young daughter, Stormi (whom she shares with her on-again, off-again partner Travis Scott), are holed up, but she’s been sharing snapshots of both what appears to be her Martyn Lawrence Bullard–designed mansion in Hidden Hills and the new dwelling.
Originally Appeared on Architectural Digest