Each Kardashian Home Ranked Best To Worst

The Kardashians have firmly established themselves as reality TV royalty since their show, "Keeping Up With the Kardashians," hit E! In 2007. As of 2020, Forbes estimated that, "Kim, Khloé and Kourtney Kardashian, Kris Jenner, Kendall Jenner and Kylie Jenner are worth a collective $2 billion." Much of that wealth is tied up in the real estate market, with most members of the Kardashian/Jenner family owning more than one impressive home.

While it's difficult to choose a favorite among all of these gorgeous pieces of property, we've taken on the task of ranking each Kardashian home from best to worst. We based our ranking on the home's size, design sensibility, livability, and any unique features that set it apart from the rest. Get ready to be wowed, because all of these homes are undoubtedly impressive, even if they only made it to the bottom of the list. Read on for our ranking of the most notable homes owned by the Kardashians, Jenners, and their partners.

Kourtney Kardashian's stylish yet livable L.A. home

Let's start with the absolute best Kardashian abode: The interior of Kourtney Kardashian's 11,746-square-foot Calabasas mansion was crafted in partnership with designer Martyn Lawrence Bullard, but the social media star has actually "toyed with working as a designer herself over the years," according to a Kardashian insider (per Life & Style). Kourtney lives there with her three children — Mason, Penelope, and Reign Disick — and the home mixes impeccable style with design choices that make the space entirely livable for a family. Bullard told Architectural Digest that his client expressed the desire for a "sophisticated but family-friendly" interior, which is exactly what they achieved.

The home's style is modern and embraces neutral colors and natural textures. Indeed, everything in Kourtney's home is just so, and that curated look is definitely intentional. In describing her design sensibility, Kourtney said, "I feel like your aesthetic is that every single thing should look nice. Like, whether it's a sponge in your kitchen or if it's the scissors that you use. I remember being like, 'Oh my God. You only live once. I need to have the best scissors. It's not that it's super expensive.'" 

Kendall Jenner's relaxing and modern L.A. home

Kendall Jenner may be known for her trend-setting fashion sense, but she's also a force to be reckoned with when it comes to interior design. Her Los Angeles home is incredibly stylish, with timeless neutral pieces that have a vintage aesthetic paired with striking modern art pieces — which is why it's so high on our list. As soon as guests walk into the entryway, they see a show-stopping piece by artist James Turrell, which Kendall told Architectural Digest she wanted to be "a focal point of the house." 

Additionally, Kendall has been open about her struggles with anxiety, so it's no surprise that the home features a cozy vibe and relaxing atmosphere. "My life involves a lot of chaos and travel and high energy, so I wanted a home that feels serene, a place where I can simply zone out and relax," she continued.

Kendall worked with designers Kathleen and Tommy Clements, as well as Waldo Fernandez, who described their client's taste as, "surprising, more bohemian and funky than the rest of her family," adding that, "the mood she described was totally understated and down-to-earth." Of the home, Kendall gushed, "I'm really proud of what we accomplished here. This is the first home I've done completely, and I think it's a genuine reflection of who I am and what I like."

Kris Jenner's bright and airy Hidden Hills home

Kris Jenner may have sold her Hidden Hills home in 2020, according to Variety, but during the few years she lived there it quickly climbed the ranks to become one of the most impressive pieces of the Kardashian real estate portfolio.

Kris and Kendall Jenner actually share a design team, with this home also being conceptualized by Tommy and Kathy Clements and Waldo Fernandez. While it's smaller than some of the other gargantuan mansions in the family at just six bedrooms and 9,459 square feet, the home's style features a mid-century style that is both inviting and visually appealing. The kitchen and dining area feature massive windows, bringing a bright and airy vibe to the space. This home is located across the street from Kim Kardashian's house, and features impressive landscaping including, "a swimming pool, grassy yard area and an outdoor kitchen with a firepit" for outdoor entertaining. The house was sold for $15 million to Katharina Harf, who is the heiress of Peter Harf, the CEO of Coty, Inc.

Kourtney Kardashian's tranquil Palm Springs Oasis

According to the New York Post, Kourtney Kardashian added a new piece of real estate to her portfolio in 2021: She spent a cool $12 million on a home in Palm Springs, which she reportedly purchased to share with boyfriend, Travis Barker. The views of the mountains alone put this abode high on the list of the most enviable Kardashian homes, but the house is also designed in a way that suits modern aesthetic sensibilities while recalling Palm Springs' mid-century heyday.

The 9,000-square-foot house sits on a one-acre plot and was only built in 2020. The New York Post describes the home, saying that it's "entered through a tranquil courtyard complete with a sitting area, custom water features, and a fire display that leads into the great room, which boasts panoramic views of the Santa Rosa Mountains," adding that it came fully furnished and "expansive glass doors slide away to seamlessly blend indoor and outdoor living with an outdoor kitchen and custom fire features."

Kim Kardashian and Kanye's West modern Hidden Hills mansion

One of the Kardashian homes that garners the most split reactions is Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's $60 million Hidden Hills mansion, which the couple completely overhauled into a minimalistic dreamscape. Kim shared her first impressions of the house in 2013 with Architectural Digest, saying, "We passed by this incredibly extravagant house while strolling through the neighborhood. I didn't really know Kanye's style at that point, but I thought the house was perfection. Kanye was less enthusiastic. He said, 'It's workable.'"

The renovations are divisive, with some admiring the minimalist design while others deem it stark and unlivable. The couple worked with designer Axel Vervoordt to achieve their vision; he described the process to Architectural Digest, saying, "Kanye and Kim wanted something totally new. We didn't talk about decoration but a kind of philosophy about how we live now and how we will live in the future. We changed the house by purifying it, and we kept pushing to make it purer and purer."

Since the couple announced their split, there was plenty of speculation as to who would keep this costly piece of real estate, considering that Kim owned the land while Kanye owned the house itself. The latest reports, according to Vanity Fair, are that Kim has chosen to stay in the house in order to "provide a safe and stable environment for the kids."

Kylie Jenner's bold Hidden Hills house

The youngest of the Kardashian/Jenner siblings has started an impressive real estate empire of her own: Kylie Jenner has already owned a number of different properties, but the most impressive has to be this Hidden Hills house that perfectly reflects her personality and taste.

Designer Martyn Lawrence Bullard, who worked on the project, told Architectural Digest, "When we started this project, she wasn't even old enough to drink legally. This was her first really grown-up house." Despite her young age, Kylie took a lot of control over the home's design, down to nitty gritty specifics like drawer sizes. "My closets and glam room are very personal to me, even down to the size of each drawer, so they fit my specific products and clothes," she explained. "I spend a lot of time in those rooms, so we had to make sure they were perfect."

Kylie's house is full of bold art and cheeky touches, and while it might not be to everyone's liking, it clearly reflects Kylie's aesthetic.

Khloé Kardashian's famous Calabasas mansion

Up until late 2020, Khloé Kardashian lived in this Calabasas home, which she shared with one-time partner, Tristan Thomas. Khloé made a pretty serious profit when she sold the house in 2020, as she purchased the abode for $7.2 million and sold it six years later for $15.5 million. In fact, the sale actually set a record for the highest price per square foot in the Los Angeles neighborhood of Calabasas, as noted by People. According to the Los Angeles Times, the house has a long history of celebrity residents; it was once owned by Eddie Murphy and his wife, who sold it to Justin Bieber, who then sold it to Khloé. Like many of the other properties in the Kardashian/Jenner portfolio, renovations were done by Waldo Fernandez and Tommy Clements with design work by Martyn Lawrence Bullard.

Khloé's home is quite simple in terms of design and doesn't quite have the wow factory that some of the other Kardashian homes have. While both the grounds and interior are undeniably gorgeous, the home doesn't seem representative of Khloé's outspoken personality.

Kendall Jenner's Hollywood Hills home

In July 2016 when her modeling career was kicking into high gear, Kendall Jenner purchased a compact modern house in the Hollywood Hills, according to the Los Angeles Times. Just over a year later, it was back on the market, so the reality TV superstar likely didn't spend all that much time there. Despite the quick turnaround, Kendall managed to sell the home for $6.85 million, which was $350,000 more than she purchased it for. This house also has a fun Hollywood connection; it was previously owned by actors John Krasinski and Emily Blunt.

According to the Los Angeles Time, the house is "set at the end of a gated drive, an oversized door of steel and wood opens to a massive great room with floor-to-ceiling windows and brick accents. Adjacent is a gourmet kitchen with Italian cabinetry, marble countertops and a wide center island." This home has a much more cookie cutter look than Kendall's current abode, and it's clear that the model was still settling into her design style.

Kanye West's sprawling Wyoming ranch

In a 2018 radio interview with Charlemagne tha God, Kanye West expressed his dedication to real estate, saying, "Anybody who's been to any of my cribs knows that I'm super into developing homes," going on to add, "I'm going to be one of the biggest real estate developers of all time, like what Howard Hughes is to aircraft and what Henry Ford was to cars." 

West's Wyoming compound, also known as the "Yeezy Campus", was purchased in 2019 for $15 million and includes 12,000 acres of land, according to House Beautiful. Now that Kim and Kanye have broken up, this is technically no longer a Kardashian home, but it's definitely one of the more memorable pieces of real estate that the family has been involved with.

The ranch's location in rural Wyoming makes it one of the less desirable properties in the family's portfolio, but it certainly stands out due to its rustic surroundings. The ranch is home to "160 cows, and approximately 700 sheep", according to GQ, and some have even speculated that the long-term plan is to have the sheep produce wool for Kanye's fashion empire. Currently, the property is a work in progress, but we know that plans involve artwork by James Turrell and plenty of room to skateboard, according to West.

Caitlyn Jenner's Malibu retreat

Caitlyn Jenner lives on a hillside in Malibu, in a house that has a "California beachy vibe with a touch of Hollywood glamour," according to Architectural Digest. The house features jaw-dropping views of the Pacific Ocean and a simple aesthetic that's clearly designed for relaxation. According to designer Lori Margolis, who collaborated with Caitlyn on the home's interior, "Caitlyn always lived in beautiful houses, but designing them was Kris Jenner's domain — Caitlyn wasn't really involved. This time, she really wanted to put her personal stamp on the house." Margolis adds that, "Caitlyn has been making so many physical and emotional changes in the past year. She wanted her home to reflect not just her sense of style but her journey. She wanted something soft and feminine but also something that has strength."

Caitlyn's Malibu home is quite a bit smaller than some of the others on this list, and the design style is much more run-of-the-mill, while lacking in some of the sophistication we've seen in the Kardashian clan's other properties.

Scott Disick's East Coast inspired pad

Scott Disick may not technically be a Kardashian, but he's certainly an honorary member of the clan. He's a man of many talents, and one of his latest forays is into the world of interior design. He even has a reality show called "Flip It Like Disick". His Hidden Hills home shows off his personal style, as Disick told Architectural Digest, "I was looking for something that felt very East Coast, I always pictured myself in a kind of Hamptons-feeling house, but updated."

Scott's home has a minimalistic design but doesn't feel like it's missing something to make it look complete. While the look may not be to everyone's taste, it was very much intentional on Disick's part. "I feel like I could take away things," he continued. "I just feel like it might have a little too much," adding, "I have more art, but I had to take it off the walls because it was too much."

Rob Kardashian's Calabasas starter home

Rob Kardashian has taken a step back from his public persona, and isn't nearly as open as his sisters when it comes to sharing the details of his personal life. The news, as of late 2020, is that Rob has moved into his mom's old Hidden Hills home, which many fans will recognize from episodes of "Keeping Up With the Kardashians." Back in 2016, Rob was also getting help from his "momager," when she bought him this $2.285 million home (via the Los Angeles Times). It has a traditional style, setting it apart from many of the other Kardashian properties.

The Los Angeles Times describes the house's interior, saying, "Living areas include family and living rooms, a center-island kitchen, a library and two fireplaces. A vaulted-ceiling dining room sits adjacent to the kitchen and has a view of the swimming pool." While it may be modest by Kardashian standards at just ​​4,256 square feet, this house would actually be a dream home for many.

Kim Kardashian's former house with Kris Humphries

Located in Beverly Hills, this house once belonged to Kim Kardashian and one-time hubby Kris Humphries, as noted by People. Kim lived in this house from 2010 to 2013, and moved out after separating from Humphries in order to move in with Kanye West. You can actually see Kim moving into this house in the Season 5 premiere of "Keeping Up With the Kardashians." In fact, Kris actually proposed to Kim in their bedroom in this home, before the two married in a union that famously only lasted for 72 days. A real estate listing from 2020 says, "the 3,800-square-foot, Tuscan-style villa is tucked away on Beverly Hills' Deep Canyon Drive, on a secluded, half-acre plot of land."

This house can't really compare to any of the Kardashians' current homes. Kim has obviously come a long way in terms of her interior design skills since her split from Humphries, and it's no more apparent than when looking at her former home.