Kylie Jenner lists Beverly Hills home for $22m – here's what we know

The beauty mogul and her boyfriend, Travis Scott, have listed one of their 'spare' homes for $21.9 million

Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott at a Netflix red carpet
(Image credit: Alamy)

The Kardashian-Jenner family has never been shy when it comes to snapping up some of the most impressive real estate for themselves and their family. This time, however, Kylie Jenner and her partner Travis Scott are letting one of their 'spare' homes go – for $21.9 million, that is. 

The beauty mogul is saying goodbye to her contemporary European-style villa in the mountains of Beverly Hills which the couple bought together for $13.5 million in 2018. 

Here, we break down what we know about this splendidly angular home so that you can if it should be classed as one of the world's best homes or not. 

The property sits on a comfortable 1.1 acres of land at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac. One look at the property's impressive security system with towering gates demonstrates part of the original appeal to the young mother who famously kept her first pregnancy hidden from the world. 

Behind the imposing security, however, the home takes on a much more relaxed feel with earthy neutrals dominating the property's palette both inside and out, softening the otherwise commanding harsh edges of the angular modern build  – a far cry from her sister Kourtney Kardashian's new Carpinteria beach house. The home is certainly a masterclass in decorating with neutrals.

The home itself boasts seven bedrooms and eight full bathrooms, as well as two powder rooms. The home also houses one grand dressing room complete with cozy fireplace ideas and expansive lit mirrors that would have been perfect for the beauty-obsessed Jenner and her glamour team, and two aspirational wooden walk-in closet ideas that would have housed at least some of the reality stars' impressive wardrobe.

The master bedroom ideas are ones to impress, with the suite fitted with a private sitting room and balcony, as well as benefitting from the uninterrupted city and canyon views. One of the many bedrooms in the home was also converted into a nursery for Jenner and Scott's daughter, Stormi Webster. 

The main floor of the home is full of impressive natural highlights, with sustainable materials used throughout the space in features such as designer walls, oak floors, and imported stone finishes. There is also little to worry about when it comes to lighting ideas in the home either with multiple floor-to-ceiling windows bathing the space in natural light throughout the day and permitting views of the equally lush green gardens. 

The kitchen, although likely rarely used by Kylie herself, is just as impressive as the rest of the home. With real white marble countertops and rich ebony cabinetry, the space is serviced by an additional walk-in pantry and breakfast room. The formal dining room ideas connect the kitchen to the outside al fresco dining terrace. You can also find a large family room and lounge perfect for entertaining.

The home also features an impressive amount of luxury amenities from a blacked-out movie theatre to a sophisticated billiard room with a marble wet bar. The property of course also contains impressive outdoor pool ideas with a living-room lookout allowing family and friends to observe the fun below during parties and get-togethers.

The manicured grounds surrounding the building are no less impressive either, with manicured lawns and abundant greenery such as Italian cypresses and lavender surrounding the pool and built-in BBQ area. 

Source: Dirt 

Listing held by Tomer Fridman of Compass

Chiana Dickson
Content Editor

Chiana has been at Homes & Gardens for two years, having started her journey in interior journalism as part of the graduate program. She spends most of her time producing content for the Solved section of the website, helping readers get the most out of their homes through clever decluttering, cleaning, and tidying tips – many of which she tests and reviews herself in her home in Lancaster to ensure they will consistently deliver for her readers and dabbles in the latest design trends. She also has a first-class degree in Literature from Lancaster University.