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Inside the Kardashians’ mega mansions and who’s splashed the most cash?

KEEPING up with the Kardashians can be quite a feat, especially when it comes to their property portfolio.

Thanks to 13 years of the reality series the real estate of one of the most famous families in the world has had an open-door policy for more than a decade.

But like the sisters themselves, the styles of the Kardashian/Jenner mega mansions vary hugely in style not to mention price.

With Kylie in the news this week reportedly splashing the cash on constant private jets, moving house during Coronavirus and now Khloe's house on the market - here's a run down of the A-list families lavish pads.

MINIMALIST MILLIONS

Kim

Estimated value: £50million

Kim and Kanye (plus their four children: North, Saint, Chicago and Psalm) live in a "minimalistic monastery" in Calabasas, a city in Los Angeles.

After fans of the early KUWTK series turned up at her Beverly Hills home, Kim is more careful to keep the exact location a secret, but her sisters and mum all live close-by.

The mansion is huge and airy with a cavernous hallway walking you through to the back of the house where floor to ceiling windows back onto a wall of bright greenery that protect their privacy.

Celeb interior designer Axel Vervoordt (who also designed the houses of Calvin Klein, Bill Gates and Robert De Niro) is behind the pale colour scheme and minimalism which won the house the cover of Architectural Digest – something Kim said she had "always dreamed of".

The couple reportedly spent $20 million on renovations after buying the 15,000-square-foot mansion for another $20 million in 2014 and are believed to have chosen Axel Vervoordt because his clean, minimalist style is very similar to Kanye's.

White walls and wooden floors were chosen to reflect the LA heat and most of the rooms are open plan, living room leading to a kitchen with a huge central island and large dining table.

In a second (secret) kitchen a team of professional chefs prepare the family's meals, Kim revealed in January. With huge stainless steel cabinets and worktops, and a walk-in refrigerator – it could serve a restaurant.

The children's playroom is also entirely white (a brave move) and filled with almost life-size animal-shaped cushions created by artist Isabel Rower.

Eldest daughter North West has an all-pink bedroom which injects some colour into the minimalism, complete with a butterfly-shaped headboard for the bed and big mirrors to practice pouting like her mum.

Kim has shop-like wardrobes in her bedroom, with open shelving units displaying an enviously large collection of designer shoes and handbags, and a home-spa style bathroom, with free-standing grey concrete bathtub and sink, with black taps and shower head, is possibly the coolest room in the house.

Unsurprisingly for someone who's most famous asset is her body shape, Kim has a huge home gym where she's been training in quarantine complete with a stair machine (worth up to £15,000), cross trainers, treadmills and huge weight areas.

The couple also own an $14million ranch in Wyoming, which spans over 3,000 acres of land with two lakes, a working horse barn and cattle ranch, its own private mountain range, a restaurant, saloon, at least ten cabins and an event building. In November last year, Kanye reportedly then bought Bighorn Mountain Ranch in Wyoming for another $14 million.

“Whenever he buys something in town, everyone talks about it,” a source told People. “Locals are still kind of surprised he’s here, but everyone is very welcoming to it.”

According to the LA Times, they also shelled out $6.3 million for an undeveloped plot of land in the Madison Club community of La Quinta (a resort city in the Coachella Valley, close to Palm Springs) in 2019, gaining two acres of tree-dotted land on the same street where Kim’s mother, Kris Jenner, and sister, Kylie also own property.

MOROCCAN MODERN

Khloe

Estimated value: £15million

Known as one of the most interior design-led sisters (she's said she would like to be one) Khloe's Calabasas home – which went on the market last week for £15million - has a monochrome style with cool LA kitchen with marble-topped surfaces and wooden-floors is in a similarly swanky style to Kim's.

She worked with star designer Martyn Lawrence Bullard on a “Moroccan modern” theme that has decked the house with Moroccan, Turkish, and Middle Eastern flourishes.

In a cosy sitting room filled with large lamps, hanging art-deco lights, a roaring fire and black bookcases.

Monochrome sofas and a statement rug complete the room, which leads onto an open garden sitting room with more monochrome seating, another fire, large swirling mirrors, orange trees and climbing plants.

Tiling and palms create the feeling that you're in a Moroccan villa in LA.

A home-gym to rival any professional work-out space allows Khloe to keep super fit at home on a vast array of cardio equipment.

She's also a fan of weights and regularly posts selfies from her gym while walking on the treadmill.

For a pick-me-up, she heads to a crazily organised pantry lined floor to ceiling with jars of cereals, sweets, syrups, vitamins and packets of dried chicken.

After that she might head to the home cinema where cushioned seating and recliners, and an entire wall dedicated to a huge cinema screen, make it the perfect place for movie night.

Like most of her sisters, she often wears heels while trotting around the house, choosing a pair from hundreds of colour-coded options in a large walk-in wardrobe.

Elsewhere, not one to be out done by her sister Kim's home nursery, Khloe has an expertly-designed entirely-pink room for daughter True at home, with the same style of Nursery Works Vetro crib as Kim's.

A huge sofa lined with cushions, a fluffy throw and True's toys. A cream rug sits on the floor, while a sheep model is positioned next to the window.

"One of my favourite places," Khloé said of the space. Her own bedroom is plush and comfy with large throws and seeping curtains creating a souk effect in the Moroccan style.

MONOCHROME HEAVEN

Kourtney

Estimated value: £10million

Another self-confessed interior design fan, Kourtney has gone for a sleekly modern style in her huge Calabasas house (yes, the family are all essentially neighbours), which she bought for $7.45 million in 2014 from retired pro football player Keyshawn Johnson.

Located in a guard-gated community called the "Estates at the Oaks", it's boasts six bedrooms, seven full and two half-bathrooms and covers over 1.86 acres, which includes a massive, flat, garden of pristine lawns, swimming pool, and beautiful views of the nearby mountain ranges.

The mum of three asked former (on and off) partner Scott Disick to install a tech-free playing area for Mason, Penelope and Reign.

Their bedrooms are equally as exciting – with a lot of glow-in-the-dark elements and lots of star motifs amongst constellation wallpaper for 7-year-old Star Wars-fan Mason.

Penelope has a girly, blush rose-coloured theme with a vintage lucite clothing rack and two-year-old Reign has a plush safari with vintage airplanes on the wall above his bed.

Martyn Lawrence Bullard also worked with Kourtney on the design but has here gone for a less middle-eastern approach and more of a modern, glamourous edge, with splashes of colour injected into the property via modern, primary-coloured paintings in the dining room above a large eating table where she hosted the Kardashian-Jenner Christmas brunch in recent years.

In a beautiful double sitting room, ambience is created with an open log fire, stacks of books on coffee tables, an array of sofas and a chaise longue. For the more active guests – there's also a pool table and a cosy grey guest suite upstairs offering fresh bathrobes and towels, extra blankets and bottled water if they need to lie down.

SUPERMODEL SWISH

Kendall

Estimated value: £8million

Previously owned by the actress Emily Blunt and her actor and filmmaker husband John Krasinski, Kendall's Beverly Hills pad has been a destination property for years.

It overlooks Los Angeles and boasts four bedrooms with large walk-in wardrobes, plush living rooms, and a huge pool area lined with cream sun-loungers protected on all sides by tall trees.

Kendall bought the property in for $6.5million in 2016 and moved into the mid Century-style, six bedroom, and four bathroom home with sprawls over three floors and covers 4,800 square feet soon after.

The contemporary interior design took Emily Blunt and husband three years to complete, features a lot marble, neutral, calm colours, and plenty of natural light from those floor to ceiling windows.

The supermodel's touches include chic, rose-coloured sofas and a wooden coffee table are the centrepieces of the living room, which is just one of the inside seating areas, but where Marilyn Monroe artwork hangs on the walls.

Elsewhere, comfy white sofas that had blue velvet cushions that matched the rooms colour scheme, while white-and-blue paintings lined the walls and a large fire place gave the room a homely feel.

Guests can help themselves from a built-in-bar fitted with wine glasses, champagne flutes and cocktail ingredients.

Black-and-white pictures of Andy Warhol and Marlon Brando display her iconic taste.

Best features include a home spa with reformer Pilates machine and massage table and a giant stand-alone gold bathtub positioned next to a huge window where Kendall can bathe while overlooking LA.

GIRLY GLAMOUR

Kylie

Estimated value: £40million

The youngest of the Kardashian/Jenner clan has been the most buy-buy-sell-sell when it comes to property, making around a $1million on each of her homes before she moves according to most sources.

She moved to a brand-new home in LA's Holmby Hills, during coronavirus which is believed to be worth £29million and has its own cinema, championship-level tennis court and lavish black marble bar with neon strip lighting across the open shelves and a portrait of Kylie hanging on the wall.

The mega mansion, which is described as a “resort compound” boasts seven bedrooms and 14 bathrooms, as well as a chef's kitchen, games room and outdoor projection screen.

Two guest apartments also sit within the estate for visiting friends and family.

Another highlight is a long swimming pool which runs the length of the house and is decked all the way along with sun loungers, as well as an al fresco dining area, and a gym and the makeup mogul's toddler daughter Stormi also has her own house in the grounds – a massive playhouse with picket fences and huge climbing frames in its own garden.

Design is again from the family's favourite Martyn Lawrence Bullard who was told earlier on that the youngest Jenner loved pink.

“I told Martyn I wanted a fresh, fun vibe to match the way I was feeling. Colour was essential. I love pink, and I wanted a lot of it!” she said.

In the dining room, leather upholstery on the chairs was custom-dyed to match colours from Kylie’s lipstick collection, ranging from ceruse to pale pink to deep garnet and above them, on a back wall hang girly, butterfly silk screen pictures by Damien Hirst (Tracey Emin's work hangs elsewhere)

Touches of sophistication in a classy hall filled with a gigantic wine rack show she might graduate to the minimalist tastes preferred by her sisters, but currently this is definitely the girliest of the mega mansions.

It's also believed that Kylie purchased a lot in the exclusive Madison Club golf community in La Quinta, California, last year.

Located in the Coachella Valley, she may decide to build a second mega mansion on the site, which came with floor plans for a 15,000-square-foot home.

Kim and mum Kris Jenner also own Madison Club properties, so it could be another area of LA turned into Kardashian town soon.

Despite splashing a lot of cash on private jets and property, Kylie is still the richest of the Kardashian/Jenner clan (worth around $900million, according to Forbes) so it makes sense that her mega mansion has the hugest price-tag.

Although, with KimYe's elaborate renovation and their Wyoming properties, when it comes to the entire portfolio, Kim might just have the edge on her baby sis.

As for the other sisters, they've got a little way to catch-up, but it must be said – none of them are doing badly. We'd take any of their homes given half the chance.

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