Kim Kardashian is on a selling spree. The billionaire entrepreneur has listed two spare homes, a $5.3 million Hidden Hills property and a $3.5 million Calabasas flat, in just one week.

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Kim Kardashian is on a selling spree as she puts her ranch home in Hidden Hills, California, on the market for $5.3 million and a Calabasas flat for $3.5 million. The Skims founder will walk out with a hefty profit if she bags the asking price. The reality star and entrepreneur purchased the Hidden Hills property in 2019 for $2.97 million.

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The three-bedroom, four-bathroom flat in Calabasas painted wall-to-wall in color Kanye West was bought for $1.6 million. “She just doesn’t use either property, so it made sense to sell them,” an insider told The Post. The Hidden Hills home rests on 1.5-acres and includes a primary residence with four bedrooms and four baths.

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The sprawling one-story ranch property spans nearly 4,000 square feet of living space. But more than what lies inside, the outdoors of this lavish abode is noteworthy. The home is enveloped by a spa, a pool, a covered patio with a built-in barbecue, and a four-car garage. The house would make more sense as a possession of an equestrian as on the lower pad one will find a four-stall barn, tack, feed rooms, and a corral area for horses. The 2,260-square-foot Calabasas unit is a far cry from the Hidden Hills house, which looks like Kanye West’s creation with a mausoleum-style aura and an extension of her $60 million Calabasas mansion, decked out in 50-shades of beige.

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The apartment is designed by Vincent Van Duysen, featuring European oak flooring and custom plaster walls with soft neutral tones, the listing notes. The chef’s kitchen has a Gaggenau oven, a Sub-Zero refrigerator, and a Bosch dishwasher. The primary bedroom features a luxury bathroom that looks cavernous with an attractive Jee-O Soho bathtub, Toto toilets, MGS faucets and fixtures, and custom designer vanities. All of this for a home she never uses!

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