The next year, Kylie purchased a 1.37-acre plot of land next to one of her mansions for $5 million. The plan, according to reports, was to convert the vacant lot into a barn for horses or to plant plentiful gardens. Neither of those two visions were ever realized, however, and Kylie sold the plot for $5.5 million one year later.
Instead, Kylie and then partner Travis Scott purchased a $13.5 million Beverly Hills mansion together eight months after the pair welcomed Stormi. The luxurious, modern pad was originally built in 1971 but underwent a complete overhaul in 2016. Situated at the end of a long, gated driveway, the residence boasted six bedrooms and nine bathrooms spread across two floors and 9,680 square feet. In contrast to the monochromatic theme of Kylie’s starter home and the glitzy luxury of her Hidden Hills mansion, this stylish Beverly Hills pad was decorated in warm neutrals, with oak woods and sleek marble cabinetry in the kitchen. (Kylie’s second-floor glam room was dusky rose-hued, so she didn’t abscond color pink completely.) The on-again, off-again pair listed the mansion for $21.9 million in late 2022 and dropped the price by $2 million the following spring. It’s unclear whether the property has been sold.
Palm Springs holds a special place in the family’s heart, as fans of the Kardashian-Jenner clan know. A trust linked to Kylie reportedly shelled out $3.25 million for an undeveloped plot of land in La Quinta’s exclusive Madison Club community. The lot, which measures just under an acre, is situated about a half-mile down the street from a modern 11,000-square-foot residence that Kris bought the previous year. Reports at the time stated that there were plans for the construction of a 15,000-square-foot single-story home; in late 2022, the property was reportedly complete, though public details of the residence are scant.
Kylie next dropped $36.5 million for a brand-new compound in Holmby Hills. The modern estate spans 0.83 acres and includes an incredibly unique 15,350-square-foot single-story main house and two separate guest apartments all built of concrete, with entire walls of glass that slide open directly onto a central courtyard with a long and rectangular pool, a spa, a dining area, a firepit, an outdoor theater area, and a spacious sports court for pickleball or basketball. Entertaining amenities abound throughout the home, including a game room with a pool table and full bar; an indoor home theater with stadium seating; and a chef’s kitchen situated next to a family room with a TV-topped fireplace. This remains Kylie’s primary home.