Even though it is one of her side hustles, Kris Jenner has made a killing by flipping properties – Here is a look the Kardashian matriarch’s property empire. She had so much cash that she even forgot she had a $1.6 million mansion.

Kris Jenner owns multiple properties in California. Photos: Trulia/Love Property; @krisjenner, @studioazinteriors/Instagram

Kris Jenner isn’t just the Kardashian/Jenner matriarch – she’s a successful businesswoman who’s helped build many of her kids’ enterprises. It’s no wonder that she now holds a net worth of US$230 million, considering she takes a 10 per cent cut of Kim, Kourtney, Khloé, Rob, Kendall and Kylie’s earnings, per Forbes.

Dabbling in many, many trades, one of Kris’ side hustles includes property “flipping”, where shrewd business investments in the property market end up making millions.

Corey Gamble with his reality TV star girlfriend Kris Jenner. Photo: @coreygamble/Instagram

In fact, the 66-year-old is so wealthy that, in a recent episode of The Kardashians, she admitted that she had forgotten she owned a US$1.6 million condo. She made the comment during the season two premiere of the show, which resulted in daughter Khloé mocking her, saying, “I can’t wait to be wealthy enough [that] I forget I have properties somewhere.” Later, Kris said the condo was used for storing champagne and Christmas gifts.

An aerial shot of one of Kris Jenner’s condos. Photo: Trulia/Love Property

Here’s a look inside her property portfolio and how she has invested big, making sure her homes are filled with the luxuries only a millionaire could expect and afford.

Kris Jenner worked alongside designer Jeff Andrews to spruce up the interiors of her long-time family home. Photo: @krisjenner/Instagram

Inside her glam US$20 million home
The Kardashian matriarch is known for her extravagant taste in homes and her customised US$20 million mansion (per Marie Claire) in the Hidden Hills, California, is no different. It is located right next to Khloé’s new home and Kris flaunted her abode in season one of The Kardashians on Hulu, which premiered on April 14.

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The property covers a massive 16,500 square feet and Kris immediately started working on creating a dream home, per Dirt. According to Love Property, Kris and Khloé’s homes were originally part of a single estate.

The six-bed, eight-bath property offers a double-height entrance hall that leads through to the living room with its stand-out contemporary fireplace. Photo: Trulia

Public News Time reports the home has eight bedrooms, nine bathrooms, an eight-car garage, covered patios, a gym, office, pool and spa, complete with a cinema and guest home. Some of the stand-out features of the house include a piano room and a “dish room” where her collection of designer dinnerware is stored.

The dish room in Kris Jenner’s condo. Photo: Poosh

Architectural Digest reports the dish room has at least six sets from Hermès, one Gucci Herbarium and a set of Royal Copenhagen’s Flora Danica porcelain pieces, which are handmade and privately ordered. No two pieces are identical and a full set could set a buyer back by more than US$65,000.

Kris Jenner was the owner one of the most famous TV homes in America, the original Kardashian family home in Hidden Hills, California, but she no longer lives there. Photo: Love Property

The family home
Probably the most recognisable home Jenner owns is the Hidden Hills family pad she bought back in 2010 for a mere US$4 million, per Hello! Magazine. This is where much of the reality show Keeping up with the Kardashians was filmed in its earlier seasons. The same source reported that Jenner said she was emotional about leaving the home when she sold it in 2020.

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The dining area of Kris Jenner’s condo. Photo: Trulia/Love Property

The home was the base of the family in the first seasons and was recognisable for its dual entrance staircase and black and white tiles in the foyer.

Kris Jenner’s condo in Palm Springs. Photo: Love Property

The lavish La Quinta pad
In 2018, Jenner spent around US$12 million on a holiday home in La Quinta, Coachella Valley, Palm Springs reports the Los Angeles Times. The home has seven bedrooms and 10 bathrooms, per Dirt.

Kris Jenner bought her Palm Springs home in 2018 for US$12 million. Photo: Love Property

The home is inside an exclusive gated community and according to Life & Style magazine, is a firm favourite for the family to hang out at, with the reality TV stars spending nearly every holiday there. The magazine reports the family often post images from the pad, and Jenner hosted a big Easter bash on the property in April.

Kim Kardashian, Kourtney Kardashian and Kris Jenner attending the Off-White 2017 spring/summer ready-to-wear collection fashion show in September 2016. Photo: AFP

Property investments
Los Angeles Times reported in 2017 that Jenner and her Skims billionaire daughter Kim Kardashian invested in three condos in the Calabasas gated community, Avanti. They sold them in 2019 and made a profit, according to Love Property.

Kris Jenner and her daughter Kim Kardashian invested in three condos in the purpose-built Calabasas community Avanti. Photo: New Home Company

According to British media, Jenner still has two condos under her property empire in Avanti and they cost around US$1.5 million and US$1.65 million, respectively.

Note: This story was originally published on SCMP and has been republished on this website.

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