The Keeping Up with the Kardashians star bought the six-bedroom, eight-bathroom home in 2017 for $9,925,000

By Gabrielle Chung
August 18, 2020 09:51 PM
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Kris Jenner is saying goodbye to her home in Hidden Hills, California!

The Keeping Up with the Kardashians star, 64, has sold her six-bedroom, eight-bathroom abode — which sits just across the street from daughter Kim Kardashian West and son-in-law Kanye West's family home — for $15 million, according to Variety's Dirt.com.

The outlet reports that the modern farmhouse-style residence was purchased by Katharina Harf — the daughter of Coty, Inc. CEO Peter Harf, whose beauty company acquired Kylie Cosmetics for $600 million last year — in an off-market, all-cash deal.

Sitting on 1.28 acres of land, the property boasts a stunning two-story foyer offset by formal living and dining rooms, a home theater, a private gym and a den with its own bar.

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Designed with an open plan, the living room has enormous pocket doors that swing out onto the patio for seamless indoor/outdoor living and entertaining.

A spacious chef's kitchen complete with a marble top island and hardwood cabinetry flows into the living room. Multiple sinks in the kitchen area make it easy to prepare meals, while a chic breakfast nook provides another intimate dining space.

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With large sliding doors that open onto the backyard, the downstairs master bedroom includes a large walk-in closet and an en suite bathroom with a soaking tub.

A sprawling outdoor area boasts a swimming pool, outdoor kitchen and a grassy area surrounded by lush greenery.

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Kris bought the impressive home in 2017 for $9,925,000 and hired Waldo Fernandez and Kathleen and Tommy Clements to design the space with a specific feeling in mind.

“I wanted my home to feel like a sanctuary, perfectly calm and peaceful,” she told Architectural Digest during a house tour in 2019.

“Every single space gives me pleasure,” she said at the time. “Every time you turn a corner, you find something beautiful, something delicious.”