The youngest sister in the Kardashian/Jenner clan has spent the past year putting her stamp on this Tuscan-style mansion with a modern twist.
Kylie Jenner, who paid $2.6 million for the Calabasas, California, home last year, worked with designer Jeff Andrews to give it her own sense of style.
“It’s been extensively reimagined,” said Tomer Fridman of Ewing & Associates/Sotheby’s International Realty, who’s listing the property (as well as Disick’s home) with Isidora Fridman. “Kylie has a phenomenal sense of style and taste in design.”
The 4,851-square-foot home features a movie room, a “glam room” and a master retreat with a spacious walk-in closet, seating area, shoe/purse closet and a bathroom that’s over-the-top chic: It’s clad in black subway tiles with a claw-foot bathtub in black and white, and two vanities bedecked in mirrors.
The chef’s kitchen, also in monochrome, boasts Viking appliances, quartz countertops, a pharmacy sink and a breakfast nook with courtyard access.
The home is filled with dramatic details such as crown molding in the formal living/dining area, a glass panel built-in cabinet opposite a white brick fireplace, and a groovy storage room with shapely shelves and a door to the courtyard.
The grounds are primed for entertaining, with a pool and spa, two fire pits, a barbecue bar and covered patio space expansive enough for a Kardashian family celebration.
Photos by Riley Jamison.