Ever wonder where Kim, Kylie, Khloe and the rest of the Kardashian clan has lived (and invested)? In keeping up with the Kardashians, it only makes sense that we keep up with their mansions, too. The Kardashian/Jenner empire includes an impressive real estate portfolio, which only makes sense given their savvy approach to every money-making venture they’ve embarked on. As their family continues to grow, so do their homes.
Between the Kardashians and Jenners (and can't forget Scott!), here’s a brief history of the family’s homes.
After renovations became too much to handle, Kim and Kanye sold this 9,000-square-foot mansion to Ukrainian billionaire Marina Acton for $17.8 million. Only seven months after the sale, the mansion went back on the market and was sold for $14 million—nearly $4 million below the $18 million asking price—in October 2018.
While Kimye may have bought this $20 million estate in Hidden Hills back in 2014, the Axel-Vervoordt-designed mansion has resurfaced in Vogue’s May cover story—revealing just how grand the Belgian-style home really is. The eight-bedroom home is equipped with two pools, two kitchens, two spas and even its own vineyard.
In October 2018, just eight months after the arrival of their first child, Stormi, Kylie Jenner and boyfriend Travis Scott sealed the deal on a massive Beverly Hills home for $13.45 million—over $3 million less than the listing price. The home is reportedly 9,860 square feet, and includes seven bedrooms and 10 bathrooms.
Kylie expanded her budding real-estate empire with this four-bedroom, three-and-a-half bath Hidden Hills home. After owning it for just four months, Jenner listed it for $5.4 million—nearly $1 million more than the price . The 5,154-square-foot house is nestled among oak trees and is right next door to another home Jenner owns.
As you can probably tell by now, it's official: Kylie Jenner is on a real estate spree. Jenner bought her third home, this time in Hidden Hills, for $12 million in fall 2016. This is where she spent her time away from the spotlight, maintaining a healthy lifestyle during her pregnancy (and who wouldn't!). The Cape Cod-style home has eight bedrooms, 11 bathrooms, and is 13,200 square feet. It even comes with a spa room.
With the recent announcement of his new E! reality show, Flip It Like Disick, Scott is practicing what he preaches—which is apparent from this aerial image revealing the current renovations of his Hidden Hills home, which he is reportedly carrying out himself. Scott Disick purchased this five-bedroom home in Beverly Hills for $3.69 million in January 2015.
Disick purchased yet another home in early 2016, though this time it was an official bachelor pad. "Lord Disick" for the seven-bedroom, seven-bathroom Cape Cod-style home in Hidden Hills, California. Just a few months later, he , but eventually decided to rent it in 2017.
In 2017, Kendall purchased this Beverly Hills for $8.55 million in the luxurious Mullholland Estates, a neighborhood that's home for celebrities like DJ Khaled and Christina Aguilera. The Spanish-style home, purchased from Charlie Sheen, is 6,625 square feet and features five beds, six baths, a fountain, a pool, a movie theater, a tennis court, a spa, and a playground.
When Kendall Jenner was just 18, the model and second-youngest sibling of the Kardashian/Jenner clan purchased a condo in a high-rise building in L.A.'s exclusive Westwood neighborhood. She paid $1.3 million for the two-bedroom bachelorette pad and, sold it for $1.4 million. She had originally listed it for $1.6 million.
Kendall $6.5 million Hollywood Hills home from its previous celebrity owners, Emily Blunt and John Krasinski, in the summer of 2016. She went on to sell it in the summer of 2017 for $6.85 million.this
Just about a year ago, Kendall and her NBA star boyfriend Ben Simmons began renting a 4,000-square-foot in West Hollywood, though recent imply that they likely no longer share this beautiful pad.
After living in Cleveland with boyfriend Tristan Thompson through her pregnancy, Khloe is finally back in Los Angeles and just around the corner from nearly the entire family. She bought her from pop star Justin Bieber in 2014. The 9,214-square-foot home includes a 200-bottle wine cellar, six fireplaces, a pool, a guesthouse, and two garages.
Kourtney Kardashian and her three kids call this six-bedroom, 12,000-square-foot Calabasas mansion home. In 2014, Kourtney and her ex, Scott Disick, for $8.5 million from former NFL player Keyshawn Johnson. It is complete with an elevator, gym, and massage room. Through Snapchat and Instagram, it's clear Kourtney has a true passion for interior design. She even runs a lifestyle vertical on her app to show off her keen eye for interiors.
Kris Jenner resides in this , fully renovated in 2015 by Jeff Andrews. This magnificent home is the perfect backdrop for the show, featuring everything from gorgeous black-and-white marble floors to decadent chandeliers.
Although Kris Jenner permanently resides in her iconic L.A. home, she recently acquired some new pads as well. The momager was rumored to have purchased a condo in , a luxury development in Calabasas, alongside Kim, who purchased there as well.
No one knows real estate is all about location, location, location better than momager Kris Jenner. Case in point: According to , she bought a four-bedroom, five-bath East-Coast style-home for $2.285 million in February 2016 in the Oaks of Calabasas, a tony gated community where Kourtney, Kylie, and Khloe have all owned homes.
Rumors are constantly flying about whether Rob is crashing at Kylie's or living with Mom Kris Jenner after child support documents revealed he has “minimal cash flow.” Rob listed his four-bedroom Oaks bachelor pad in January 2017, and it that July.
Olympian-turned-reality-star Caitlyn Jenner purchased this 3,500-square-foot Malibu mansion for $3.5 million in March 2015. The home sits high above El Pescador State Beach, and includes 11 acres of land and views of the surrounding ocean and mountains.
Although no Kardashian or Jenner has ever actually lived in this house (for safety reasons, of course), it does regularly appear on Keeping Up With The Kardashians as Kris Jenner's home. The L.A. mansion was listed for $9 million.