Family and friends (and even exes) gathered at the $6,628-per-night compound for boating, swimming and lemonade swilling

By Mackenzie Schmidt
July 26, 2016 08:10 AM
Source: Kourtney Kardashian/Instagram

Kourtney Kardashian‘s a renter, too.

Adding to the swath of celebs staying in over-the-top Airbnbs — including Beyonce, Britney Spears and Kardashian’s younger sister, Kendall Jenner — the KUWTK star, 37, along with children Mason, 6, Penelope, 4, and Reign, 19 months, enjoyed a stay in a classic New England shingle-style estate on Nantucket that’s worth a casual $50 million. Kardashian’s ex Scott Disick, 33, even joined in, continuing the pair’s co-parenting efforts.

The waterfront compound, which includes a four-bedroom main house, as well as a guest cottage and a pool house, is available for anyone to reserve for $6,628 per night, though Kourtney’s stay was courtesy of Airbnb. The steep price tag includes access to a private beach, a large pool, an in-home theater and a fully-stocked game room.

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The property is located in the tiny island’s desirable Pocomo neighborhood, and the listing notes its notable neighbors include everyone from “well-known politicians to corporate executives.”

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The traditional interiors are a departure from Kardashian’s own glamorous Los Angeles home, and include quintessential Cape Cod accents like model ships, overstuffed plaid furniture and an Americana color scheme.

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Fresh off a trip to the Bahamas to celebrate daughter Penelope’s fourth birthday, Kardashian and family spent time snuggling on the nautical-striped poolside lounge chairs, and of course partook in some swimwear selfies perched atop the home’s traditional furniture.

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They also ventured out for some quintessential New England summer activities, including boating on the Atlantic and setting up a roadside lemonade stand with friend Simon Huck.

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