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Keep Up! Khloe Kardashian Wants to Sell Calabasas Home for $19M

It looks as if Khloé Kardashian is ready to part ways with her Calabasas, CA, estate. 

According to TMZ, the “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” star is on the hunt for a buyer with $19 million to spend on her Mediterranean manse. The 11,000-square-foot home isn’t officially listed—yet—but the web is already buzzing over her possible real estate move.

Khloé’s ultra-private and renovated villa sits in the exclusive enclave known as The Oaks. It’s just a few doors down from her sister Kourtney Kardashian, who purchased a home from the retired football player Keyshawn Johnson in 2014.

As the years pass and the transactions pile up, we’ve tried our darnedest to keep up with Khloé’s real estate portfolio. Here’s where the youngest Kardashian sister has called home. 

From Justin to Khloé

The mansion she’s supposedly parting with has a history of its own. Khloé bought the six-bedroom, seven-bathroom, 9,214-square-foot spread from the pop star Justin Bieber for $7.2 million in 2014.

Bieber had purchased the place for $6.5 million from Nicole Murphy, the ex-wife of the comedian Eddie Murphy, in April 2012.

He proceeded to alienate his neighbors with an array of high jinks, which culminated in an egg-tossing incident that cost him $80,000.

The singer also reportedly left behind a skateboard ramp in the backyard, which Kardashian promptly removed.

Once Bieber left Calabasas, Khloé spent a pretty penny tailoring the home to her tastes. But even if the costs of the renovation ran into a couple of million dollars, she’d still be strolling away with a sweet profit if a buyer comes up with the $19 million ask.

Kardashian's Calabasas, CA, home before the renovation
Kardashian’s Calabasas, CA, home before the renovation


The double-gated Oaks community offers the social media star privacy from prying eyes, and proximity to her sister Kourtney. The sisters even shared a decorator, Martyn Lawrence Bullard, and coverage of their differing aesthetic preferences in Architectural Digest. 

When Khloé purchased the home from the pop star, it was “a giant play palace built for a boisterous young man,” Bullard told AD.

“We decided to give it some romance, bringing it back to its Mediterranean roots.”

The finished product can be spotted on Kardashian’s Instagram account, as well as in scenes from “Keeping Up With the Kardashians.” 

In 2019, the reality TV star had yet another set of renovations performed on the house. After living in a rental home for a bit while work was underway, she moved back into the home last June, according to People magazine.

The magazine also reports she’s been sheltering in place at the refreshed space with her daughter, True,

The newly updated abode is one of just 16 properties in the gated community, and covers 1.28 acres, with views of Malibu Canyon. It has a pool and spa, multiple outdoor spaces, a home theater, and a guesthouse, according to TMZ. 

Living the Tarzana life

Before following her family to Calabasas, Kardashian lived in a Mediterranean-style mansion in Tarzana, CA, with her husband at the time, the basketball player Lamar Odom. They purchased the 8,000-square-foot residence for $3.95 million in 2009.

The swanky spot featured six en suite bedrooms, a home gym, library, office, and theater room. The grounds include a swimming pool with water features, a large lounge area, and an outdoor kitchen.

After the couple split, they placed the home on the market in 2014 for $5.5 million. It eventually sold to actress Kaley Cuoco for that exact sum. 

However, Cuoco took a huge hit when she put the home back on the market in 2019. She listed it for $6.9 million, and had it on the market for over a year, before finally selling it this spring for just $3.95 million.

Kardashian's home with Lamar Odom in Tarzana, CA
Kardashian’s home with Lamar Odom in Tarzana, CA


Detour to Dallas

In 2012, Kardashian and Odom also shared a posh apartment in the W Dallas Victory Hotel & Residences, when the baller left the Los Angeles Lakers to join the Dallas Mavericks.

The two reportedly paid $7,500 a month for the two-bedroom, two-bath condo owned by Mack Hicks, son of Dallas businessman Tom Hicks, who owns the Texas Rangers.

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