Inside the Calabasas home Khloé Kardashian is selling for Dhs69.6 million

She bought it from Bieber
Inside the Calabasas home Khloé Kardashian is selling for Dhs69.6 million
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CosmoBy Cosmo -

I don't know about you, but I love seeing inside celebrities' houses. From the bizarre (Mariah's gold sink) to the downright opulent (Kourtney's baby grand piano), I absolutely can't get enough of poking around the mansions of the rich and famous. Not literally, of course.

Recently, Khloé Kardashian listed her Calabasas mega-mansion for sale, and thankfully for us nosy people the $18.95m (Dhs69.6 million) sprawling estate is online for all to see.

While it would have been helpful, the listing doesn't actually read 'Kardashian gaff for sale', instead The Kardashian's longstanding real estate agent, Tomer Fridman, very unsubtly shared the details of his new listing while appearing on an episode of Real Talk on IGTV earlier this week. He detailed the history of the 11,000-square-foot mansion saying "It was owned, initially when it was built, by the ex-wife of an uber celebrity, he bought it for her in the divorce… Then we sold it to a very young pop star, who is very famous still to this day.

“And then from the young pop star, when he wanted to move on I sold it to one of my favourite, favourite, favourite clients, who I cannot mention her name, but the house was featured on the cover of Architectural Digest, and it was actually her and her sister who lives down the street. So they were both featured on the cover of Architectural Digest and in a significant spread featuring this house and her sister’s house."

So, in case you hadn't gathered from these very subtle hints, It's Khloé's house, which she bought from Justin Bieber, which we know because we've seen it in numerous episodes of KUWTK... and in Architectural Digest. Subtle, very subtle Tomer.

The Society Group which will be handling the sale of the mansion, has made a name for itself managing real estate for the upper echelons of the rich and famous. It's great fodder for imaginary millionaire house hunting...

Well, we can dream! 

Via Cosmopolitan UK.