Scott Disick Buys $6 Million, Kid-Friendly Mansion
The actor purchased a home in Hidden Hills, California
Scott Disick has new digs.
The reality star has purchased a new pad in Hidden Hills, California, a real estate source tells PEOPLE. The seven-bedroom, seven-bathroom Cape Code-style home comes with a price tag that matches its amenities: $5.96 million.
“The house is amazing for both entertaining and also very kids-friendly,” the source says. “There is a lot of space for the kids. There is even a special children’s wing downstairs with a second family room. There is also a refrigerated wine storage, and the house is perfect for entertaining outside.”
The home was originally built in 1975 but was remodeled and renovated to an impressive 8,110-sqaure-feet.
According to the realty website Trulia, the home, which has an open floor plan and a chef’s kitchen, is at the end of a neighborhood cul-de-sac – perfect for Disick’s three kids Mason, 6, Penelope, 4, and Reign, 1.
When Disick isn’t enjoying his master suite, he can lounge by the pool or hit the basketball court.
Further sparking rumors, Disick went house-hunting with Million Dollar Listing‘s Josh Altman in November, sharing Instagrams of the lavish home interiors he toured.
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Meanwhile, Kardashian shared a text conversation with her sister Khloé Kardashian on Wednesday indicating she’s also moved on.
“I am on a f—ing roll this year already,” she wrote. “I think I got my swagger back… Truth.”