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Kim Kardashian lists fixer-upper home she has owned for only 6 months – here is what we know

Kim Kardashian is continuing her real estate shake-up with yet another home listing – the third in just a few months

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Kim Kardashian is once again dipping her toe into real estate, but this time she is selling up rather than expanding her portfolio. Just six months after purchasing a small fixer-upper right beside her existing sprawling guarded hidden Hills mansion the reality star is looking to let it go. 

Given that Kim recently bought Cindy Crawford's former Malibu Mansion, it appears that the mogul is looking to shake up her real estate portfolio completely having also recently listed her Calabasas condo and spare ranch house.

This fixer-upper could be yours – if you have $7 million, that is. Here is what we know about the listing.

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While Kim has been quick to re-list the home, she seemed overly keen to purchase the property six months ago having put down $6.3 million to secure the purchase – $800,000 over the initial asking price. 

The traditional, 1975 home is much smaller than some of her other properties with a relatively modest four bedrooms and three-and-a-half bathrooms over about 4,200 square feet. 

The drawer of the property may lie with the expansive entryway with a large curved staircase and second-floor gallery and wall covered entirely in mirrors – perfect for all of those selfies. Although certainly showing its age with rather gaudy faux-gilded wrought-iron banisters the formal living room and dining rooms offer some serious potential for the reality star who seems mad about open-air spaces and marble flooring ideas for a clean, minimalist aesthetic. 

The family room ideas offer plenty of space for relaxing and entertaining and come complete with a wet bar, cozy fireplace ideas, and sliding glass doors to access the tiled patio. Although also granting access to the backyard ideas, the space has been irregularly maintained, adding to a laundry list of to-do tasks to get the home in ideal shape. 

The yard ideas open up to a small amount of land that would make for ideal pastures, perfect for keeping horses to ride on the several bridle trails that run around the area. 

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Although bought as a fixer-upper, it appears that Kim has not touched the property since she bought it, with both the interiors and exterior suspected to be in the same condition as the initial purchase. 

The off-white exterior alludes to the blanket white interiors inside and the sloping, angular roof bolstered by columns hints at the interesting architectural layout of the living spaces with tall, sloping ceiling ideas throughout the property such as the immense double-height entryway ceiling.

It is unclear if the initial purchase was for live-in staff or for a more personal purpose. Many are suspecting that the quick sale may be down to the impossibility of connecting the smaller property to the ever-expanding compound next door, with the two homes separated by a public-access bridle path. 

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How many homes does Kim Kardashian own?

Although the exact number is known (by the public or the Kardashian's themselves, it seems!) Kim Kardashian is alleged to have at least four homes, many of which are located within close proximity to one another. But with the reality star changing up her portfolio as frequently as she does it is hard to tell.

Chiana Dickson
Junior Writer

Chiana is a junior writer for Homes & Gardens having joined Future plc as a new graduate in 2022 after achieving a 1st class degree in Literature at university. She first became interested in design as a child after spending her summers helping her parents redecorate her childhood home. As a long-time reader of Future’s homes titles, Chiana is constantly finding new inspiration at work as she focuses on emerging trends, how-to’s, and news pieces.