Kardashian clan adds Westside condo to growing real estate portfolio
It’s been a year of real estate for the Kardashian-Jenner clan, with family members keeping up a steady stream of home buying across greater Los Angeles. Most recently, a trust that holds other real estate for the family bought a remodeled condominium in Century City for $1.655 million.
Advertised as turn-key ready, the unit has furnishings by Minotti Los Angeles, French oak and limestone floors and an eat-in kitchen complete with wine cooler and breakfast bar.
An open-plan living room with a wall fireplace, a dining area, two bedrooms and four bathrooms are within 2,524 square feet of interiors. Custom bookshelves highlight a den area.
The master bathroom boasts a steam shower, a soaking tub and a makeup station. A walk-in closet and a sitting area with a fireplace complete the master suite.
Sliding-glass doors off the master suite and living room open to separate balconies.
The unit came on the market in July for $1.675 million, records show. It previously went for $1 million in 2013.
Dan Kolodziejski of Clement Partners Real Estate was the listing agent. Farrah Aldjufrie of The Agency repped the buyer.
Over the last year, the “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” costars have acquired an 11-acre contemporary in Malibu, bought by Caitlyn Jenner for $3.575 million, and a Mediterranean-style home in Calabasas, bought by Kylie Jenner.
Earlier this month, Scott Disick, the estranged partner of Kourtney Kardashian who appears on the reality show, sold a remodeled contemporary in Beverly Crest to professional basketball player Russell Westbrook for $4.65 million.
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