By Jennifer Kelly Geddes
Kim Kardashian, whose name requires little intro or description, has just sold off one of her houses that she probably wasn’t using much.
It must have seemed convenient at the time of purchase, however, since it’s located next door to an enormous compound she already owns in Hidden Hills, CA, an area that’s home to many A-list listers, including her family members and L.A. Rams quarterback Matt Stafford.
The entrepreneur snapped this one up in 2019 for $2,975,000. The home was listed for $5.3 million in 2022 and eventually sold for $3.5 million.
The four-bedroom, four-bath, ranch-style home on 1.5 acres is a bit unusual in that it comes with top-notch horse facilities. It sits behind gates in an exclusive enclave that offers views of Ahmanson Ranch state parkland.
Featuring a low-slung build from 1957, it has almost 4,000 square feet of living space. There’s a family room with wood flooring, a vaulted ceiling, exposed beams, and a two-sided fireplace. The kitchen features granite counters, stainless-steel appliances, and a large center island.
Along with a four-car garage, the property comes with a lagoon-style pool and a spa, gardens, and a covered grilling area. Directly across the street is a horse barn with four stalls, a corral, and a tack and feed room.
Kardashian likely viewed this fixer-upper as a bonus addition to her nearby property that expanded her acreage. Still, she’ll live well in the massive Hidden Hills complex that she came away with after her divorce from Kanye West.
The megamansion was purchased by the couple in 2014 for $20 million. After extensive renovations, the home is reportedly worth upward of $60 million.
The wildly successful Kardashian has done well with her real estate. And a recent valuation of her clothing line known as Skims is now said to be worth $4 billion.
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