Kylie Jenner, the worlds youngest self made billionaire has bought her fifth mansion – A $36.5 million home in LA


The world can’t have enough of Kylie’s lipsticks and Kylie Jenner can’t have enough homes in the world. The makeup mogul has done something very monarch-like by investing in her fifth mansion; something that is expected of you when at 22 you is dubbed the planet’s youngest self-made billionaire by Forbes and featured in their esteemed list for the second time. This quarantine has affected property rates and those with money are looking to invest. Clearly Kylie is getting the right guidance (momager in action?) and was able to snap her latest buy for $36.5 million USD that was originally listed for $55 million USD. This massive new property is nestled in one of the coveted areas of Los Angeles, called Holmby Hills. Kylie’s new home looks fit to impress a ‘King Kylie’ as it measures up at 15,350 square feet and spans over one floor. It comes with a guardhouse, two guest apartments, seven bedrooms (clearly needed when her BFF’s like Anastasia Karanikolaou never leave) and 14 bathrooms inside the property. The house also includes a stunning chef’s kitchen with chic, European-style cabinetry, and a dizzying array of designer appliances. There are enough and more ways to keep yourself entertained here, though the family is so self-entertaining they really don’t need these outdoor projection screens, home theater, bars, game rooms, etc. The very fit and glam Kylie’s home cannot be complete without a gym, and sports court good for playing pickle ball and basketball.


Kylie loves her supercars and wouldn’t have them left soaking the scorching LA sun. The mansion comes with a garage that is big enough for 20 cars. There is also a luxurious swimming pool for little Stormi to play in. Her main residence, however, is a sprawling estate out in the San Fernando Valley’s Hidden Hills neighborhood, purchased for $12 million in 2016 and since extensively renovated.

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[Via: Dirt]