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Kourtney Kardashian Puts Her Calabasas Home on the Market For $795,000

Kourtney Kardashian Takes Miami and Leaves Calabasas

Since Kourtney Kardashian decided to take Miami, it's only natural that she'd have to leave California behind. The celebutante has put her 2,245-square-foot, 3-bedroom, 2-and-a-half-bath gated community home in Calabasas, CA, on the market for $795,000.

The house is a typical, two-story Mediterranean with granite counters, stainless steel appliances, a marble fireplace, skylights, and vaulted ceilings. There's really nothing too special about this one except . . . a refrigerated wine closet! I guess Kourtney's son, Mason, isn't the only one hitting the bottle! As for the décor, the place looks a little cleared out, but it's not bad. She's got some really cool chandeliers (sorry, they don't come with the house), chic French side chairs, and, of course, the requisite zebra rug. Take a look at the pics and tell me what you think!


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PiNkY-PiNk PiNkY-PiNk 5 years
yea I live in oc, ca and the prices for homes here are basically the same as in la. for a house like that in huntington beach that's actually pretty cheap.
GlowingMoon GlowingMoon 5 years
Yes, the price tag is driven by it's location. For CA, this price tag is somewhat normal. Also, it seems like a tract home. Personally, I hate tract homes. My husband and I are not cookie-cutter people, so we would never live in a cookie-cutter house. Also, I find many tract homes are built in a sub-standard ways as far as materials and construction. JMHO.
le-romantique le-romantique 5 years
I'm actually surprised at how...normal... it is. Why is the price tag so high though? Location? I don't know how CA works, I've only "house hunted" (or just curiously inquired) in NJ and FL. I've seen houses nicer than that going for $300k. Either way, its gorgeous.
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