Kim and Kanye’s former Bel-Air mansion sells at a multimillion-dollar loss
The former home of Kanye West and Kim Kardashian-West, a starkly minimalist mansion in gated Bel-Air Crest, has sold outside the Multiple Listing Service for $14 million, real estate records show.
That’s a cool $3.8 million less than what the power couple pulled late last year when they sold the property to Ukrainian billionaire Marina Acton. Acton listed the property over the summer for $18 million, The Times previously reported.
During Kim and Kanye’s ownership, the former Mediterranean-style mansion was stripped it down to its core, trading hardwood floors and wrought-iron accents in favor of cavernous, whitewashed living spaces.
At times, the 9,000-square-foot interior resembles a gallery space more than a home. A second-story catwalk cuts between the expansive foyer and the living room, which features a concrete-wrapped fireplace and a two-story wall of glass that opens to the backyard.
The kitchen pairs stainless steel appliances with a long, slender island, and the main level also holds an indoor-outdoor family room. Upstairs, a rotunda-style space and a balcony off the master suite overlook the backyard. In total, there are five bedrooms and seven bathrooms.
The scene stays sparse outside, where an infinity-edge pool and spa adjoin a flat lawn and pavilion.
West, 41, has released two albums this year: “Ye,” a solo record, and “Kids See Ghosts,” a collaboration with Kid Cudi. Kardashian-West, 37, rose to fame alongside her family via the reality TV show “Keeping Up with the Kardashians.”
Four years ago, they paid $21.25 million for a French-country-inspired compound in Hidden Hills.
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