All The Homes The Kardashians Live In

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In this day and age, if you have never heard of the Kardashians, then you are undoubtedly living under a rock. This high-profile celebrity family plunged into the digital hemisphere in 2007 as a refreshing reality TV group, gracing the screens of many households on a weekly basis courtesy of the E! Network hit show "Keeping Up with the Kardashians." The series followed family matriarch Kris Jenner as she navigated her children's careers; Kourtney, Kim, Khloe, Robert, Kendall (who is not a Kardashian but a Jenner), and Kylie (the other member of the Jenner clan).

For 14 solid years, the family steadily grew in the world of entertainment and pop culture. They became viral for holding back on absolutely nothing while taking us on a journey of smiles, frowns, luxury lifestyle, high-profile relationships, and many family matters. As their fame grew, their empire increased immensely, which allowed them to acquire a more A-list lifestyle. This included constantly trading in their houses for bigger, more luxurious real estate. Here is a list of all the homes they have ever lived in.

The Kardashian-Jenner house that started it all

For the duration of Season 1 to Season 4, the main house featured on the "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" series was this four bedroom Hidden Hills home which was purchased by Kris's spouse at the time, Caitlyn Jenner, formerly known as Bruce Jenner, as per Los Angeles Times. Hidden Hills is a gated community with a myriad of ultra celebrities such as Travis Scott, Drake, and Jaden Smith calling it home (via Vanity Fair). The Kardashian-Jenners originally moved into the star-studded region in 1996. Still, they moved to Calabasas (a neighboring city) in 2003, only to find their way back to the Hills three years later to settle for the abode pictured above. This house, which first served as the Kardashian-Jenner assembly ground on the series, spanned just under 4,000 square feet and was purchased a year before the show aired for $2.85 million.

Insider explains that for a long time, years before the reality royals popped up on our screens and onto every pop culture website, it was actually Jenner's name that moved mountains in the celebrity world. She was one of the most buzzed-about celebrities in the '80s due to winning a gold medal in the 1976 Olympic decathlon.

Khloe and Lamar's marital home

The third Kardashian sister was a self-proclaimed nomad in her late teenage years leading up to her early twenties. According to her now-defunct subscription app and website, Khloe "never stayed in one place too long" and would move to a new place yearly. However, all this came to a screeching halt at age 25 when she married the love of her life, Lamar Odom, in 2009. Shortly after tying the knot, they moved into a lush mansion in the suburbs of Tarzana, California, which cost $3,950,000 and was 8,400 square feet (via The Real Estalker).

In Season 5 of the hit reality series, viewers witness two other Kardashians join Khloe as residents within the mansion. Older sister Kourtney and baby Mason moved into one of the exquisitely decorated seven bedrooms of the home. Robert Kardashian Jr., her younger brother, also called the mansion home for a good portion of his twenties. 

Kourtney and Khloe's Miami penthouse

As their fame grew, the need for Kardashian content increased. That's why in 2009, executive producer Ryan Seacrest crafted a spin-off series called "Kourtney & Khloe Take Miami." The sisters moved to the sunny city to open a new Dash store, and during the duration of their stay, they lived in a two-bedroom penthouse located on the 10th floor of the Hilton Bentley.

According to Mansion Global, the Kardashian sisters rented the chic home to film the series between 2009 and 2010. However, soon after their departure, it was bought by literary Esmond Harmsworth for $3.6 million as a vacation home. The homeowner then proceeded to renovate the space to his liking fully, and in 2016 he placed it on the market for $5.9 million. The home's new owners will revel in the notion that they now own a part of reality TV history!

Khloe and Lamar's Dallas home

At the end of 2011, Khloe found herself living alone in her Tarzana residence which she purchased with her husband at the time, Lamar Odom. According to The Hollywood Reporter, this was because he was traded from the Los Angeles Lakers to the Dallas Mavericks, requiring him to go to Texas. The move was a major story plot on her hit reality show, "Khloe & Lamar," and viewers watched as she quickly started making plans to join "Lam-Lam" in North Texas (via The Hollywood Reporter).

E! News reported the couple signed onto a $7,500 lease for a two-bedroom, two-bathroom condo located at the W Dallas Victory Hotel & Residences. The home was owned by Mack Hicks, whose father owned the Texas Rangers baseball team until 2010. The home boasted quality appliances within the home, as well as building amenities such as a spa, fitness centers, and an infinity pool. While the above listing photo wasn't their exact condo, it is a similarily-sized condo with a similar price point in the building.

Kourtney and Khloe's Hamptons home

Following the success of the first two spin-offs, "Kourtney & Khloe Take Miami" and "Khloe & Lamar," the producers figured the best thing to do was to keep the momentum going. This led to the birth of "Kourtney & Khloe Take the Hamptons." This show saw the sisters travel for a prolonged summer vacation to the East Coast town of the affluent. According to the Observer, the home they leased was a North Sea home that sits on a solid 8,900 square foot plot with manicured lawns and water views. Kourtney's boyfriend, Scott, was another resident of the house.

The New York Post reports that Rihanna also rented this abode six years after the Kardashian-Jenner clan lived in it. Her exact rental figures summed up to $415,000 for a one-month stay and a $1 million security deposit to hold down the home. It's not a cheap place!

Kim's first ever house

In the fifth season of the reality franchise, viewers got a glimpse into Kim's very first villa. The five-bedroom, five-bathroom Beverly Hills home boasted a European aesthetic complete with a swimming pool grotto in the back, as per Zillow. According to Daily News, Kim purchased the impressive house around the time she split from Reggie Bush, which allowed her to pour all of her energy into her new home. "I'm like nurturing it and like spending a lot of time there and making sure that everything is perfect. It's my new boyfriend," she said on the show.

In Season 5, Episode 1, when Kris Jenner visited the villa for the first time, the proud mom exclaimed, "It's in the same neighborhood as the house daddy and I lived in!" While she might have bought the house during a breakup, it would soon be a place of love. Kris Humphries, Kim's second husband, famously proposed to her in the primary bedroom, and they ended up living in the home after the wedding (via People).

The famous Jenner house

While the older Kardashian sisters were busy with their spin-off shows, the matriarch of the family, Kris Jenner, was busy planning a new home purchase. Kris and her former spouse Jenner set their sights on a novel abode and pounced on the property within weeks of seeing it, shelling out $4 million in 2010 to take it off the market, as per Velvet Ropes.

Much like her usual outfit color scheme, Kris used a dark gray, white, and black color palette within her residence. Speaking to Interiors Magazine, Jeff Lewis, the man behind the designs, understood that his task was no small feat because his client's home was "seen in 150 countries on a weekly basis." But he and Kris came together to make something truly special. "I'm an over-the-top, dramatic sort of person, and I'm a little bit of a control freak," Jenner said. "So for me to give things over as much as I did with Jeff was highly unusual. But we work really well together, and we had the same vision exactly for the house." Together they came up with the idea for the now-iconic black and white checkered floor entryway, which was seen in countless episodes, family photographs, and media interviews.

Khloe's post- Lamar home in Calabasas

Unfortunately, Khloe and her husband Lamar's union ended in 2013 when they filed for divorce after four years of marriage, as per TMZ. It was a no-brainer for Khloe to find a new house to match her new chapter in life, leading her to purchase an artsy home in none other than Calabasas. (Clearly, we can spot a trend for the Kardashians when it comes to their living spaces in California — if it's not Hidden Hills, it has to be Calabasas). According to Architectural Digest, she bought the Mediterranean Revival house from family friend Justin Bieber, and sisters Kylie and Kourtney lived nearby, as did Kris, who was currently living with Kim and her entire family.

Dirt reports that Khloe's six-bedroom, 10-bathroom estate spanned 9,320 square feet. Khloe purchased the villa-style home for $7.2 million from the "Lonely" crooner, yet sold to Dhar Mann, millionaire YouTube vlogger, for an impressive $15.5 million.

Kim's first house with Kanye

According to Us Weekly, Kim and Kanye officially came out as a couple in 2012, and a year later, they bought their first home together in Bel Air. Money reported they flipped a $9 million, 9,000-square-foot home in 2013, and it had six bedrooms and eight bathrooms. The house originally had a Tuscan aesthetic, but they worked together to make it look more minimal and modern.

After years of renovating it, they decided to sell it, making it a true flip. Their real estate agent, Josh Altman, who stars in the Bravo real estate series "Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles," stated that the sale was "such a big deal for many reasons across the board." 

"Look, I knew it was going to be difficult. I knew that what's special about this house if you really think about it, it's the first Kim and Kanye collaboration of a piece of real estate ever and that's available for the public to purchase," he said on "The Daily Dish." "So you could look at it as these are two visionaries. You've got trendsetting, envelope-pushing superstars that built this themselves. They didn't care what anyone else thought. And this for the first time ever, this piece of art is available to purchase and it's really worth what somebody's willing to pay for it." In the end, they made a huge return on investment, selling it for $17.8 million.

Kanye and Kim's Hidden Hills home

Following the purchase of their first-ever home, Kim's second home with Kanye was purchased in 2014, as per Variety. This second home cost them $11 million more than their Bel Air home. They bought this house for a whopping $20 million, compared to their first home, purchased at $9 million. The "wabi-sabi" masterpiece, according to Architectural Digest, is located in the Hidden Hills region of L.A. and sits on a 15,667 square feet plot with eight bedrooms and 8.5 bathrooms.

Speaking to Architectural Digest in 2020, Kim opened up about the warm temperature pool they built in the backyard, which she "actually never used but the kids absolutely love." She also adds that "The theater" is the best room for selfies. Glamour reports that the West's home also boasts three sets of stand-alone one-bed accommodations for guests and visitors alike.

Despite all the planning, time, and energy the superstar couple put into the renovation, a divorce meant someone was made to move out and move on from the minimalist mansion which has shot up in value to $60 million (via The Street Journal). That someone ended up being Kanye. Kim was granted the house and was given a buyout price during their divorce proceedings.

Kourtney's Calabasas home

Architectural Digest also knocked on Kourtney Kardashian's door, right around the corner from sister Khloe's residence. The sisters shared the same interior designer, Martyn Lawrence Bullard, who executed homely magic in each of their homes, keeping their distinctive tastes in mind. According to Hollywood Life, Kourtney's home is also part of the gated community known as The Oaks within Calabasas, a posh area in the San Fernando Valley home to a legion of celebrities. 

According to Virtual Globetrotting, Kourtney purchased her kid-friendly home in 2014 from retired football player Keyshawn Johnson, who originally listed it at nearly $12 million. Almost two years later, Johnson dropped the price slightly, listing it at $10.5 million. Kourtney purchased the home when the price had gotten as low as $7.45 million, making it a steal. The house has proven to be a haven for Kourtney, as she still lives in it to this day with her three children. 

Robert Kardashian's bachelor pad

When it comes to his real estate choices, Robert Kardashian Jr. has always been a fan of family living. For a few years, Robert lived with his sister Khloe in her Tarzana mansion while she was married to Lamar. After Robert moved out of Khloe's home, he lived in a cozy four-bedroom, five-bathroom Calabasas bachelor pad, which, according to Entertainment Tonight, was actually purchased by his mother at $2.3 million in February of 2016. "Rob has been looking at homes on and off for a while," a source told the publication. "The deal closed just last week, and he is in the process of moving in. The family is all really excited about his move and him gaining his independence."

"For me, every one of my kids now has their own place, which is such a blessing," Kris said during a NATPE Television conference in Miami. "I never thought I would be in this place where all your kids are taken care of and settled down and have a home, and that's such a joy for a mom."

A year later, he listed the home for sale at $2.68 million and moved into a rental home with his then-partner, Blac Chyna, and their baby, Dream (via Observer). This rental was owned by none other than his sister, Kylie Jenner (via TMZ).

Kris purchases a new home on her own

After her divorce from Caitlyn Jenner, Kris moved out of her fully-renovated house into a new-build home half a mile away, as per Dirt.  According to Redfin, it is a 9,459 square foot house with six bedrooms and eight bathrooms. Equipped with the same number of rooms as her other home, it still served as a fresh start for Kris, seeing as it was a home acquired entirely by herself. Plus, it was also situated across the street at a neighborly distance from Kim and Kanye's minimalist-designed estate, allowing her to be close by to her daughter and grandchildren. 

The house was a chic "modern farmhouse" that sat at the end of a dead-end road, offering plenty of privacy to the famous grandmother. The house set Kris back $15 million and was purchased in 2020. But this wouldn't be the matriarch's last real estate acquisition that year.

Kris and Khloe's side by side home in the Hidden Hills

In a twist of family fate in 2020, Kris swapped her neighborly position at Kim's to become the direct next-door neighbor to her third daughter, Khloe. Yes, you read that right: Both Khloe and her mother Kris opted to move homes once again, and this time they made a move at the exact same time to the exact same compound. Khloe listed and sold her post-Lamar residence despite renovating it thoroughly. "We've been building these homes for about two years, and we are so obsessed and in love with one another that we basically bought two different lots next door to each other," Khloe said on "The Late Late Show." They even "removed the property line, so it's one open property."

Dirt reveals that the two mansions were previously a joint estate spanning over three acres of land until developers divided the compound into two. It is believed they paid $10 million each.