Scott Disick Was Wrong About Thinking He Could Make a $3M Profit Flipping This House He Just Bought

Scott Disick tried to sell his his bachelor pad in Hidden Hills, Los Angeles, mere months after purchasing it for $5.96 million. He boldly listed the seven-bedroom and seven-bathroom property for $8.8 million. Why the nearly $3 million price jump? It appeared that Scott made a few changes to the mansion in the six months between buying and listing it. Updates include switching out cement for grass around the pool area, repainting the master bedroom, and furnishing the property (the sale includes all furniture). The luxury home, however, remains largely identical when you compare these before photos to the ones here. And it appears that buyers noticed. After a year on the market, the property still hasn't sold and Scott has been forced to drop the price by a whopping $1 million dollars.

Given how beautiful the house is, the seven-figure price slash is sure to capture buyers' attention. At 8,110 square feet, the house has jaw-dropping amenities like a wine cellar, a game room, and marble fireplaces. And no matter which room you're in, whether it's the dining room or chef's kitchen, you have 360-degree scenic views. The pool itself overlooks rolling hills complete with views of the expansive sky. We're not completely sure why Scott is letting go of this stunning pad — perhaps he's fully immersed himself in house flipping and couldn't resist the chance for a steep profit — but after you see the property from all angles, you'll know why he bought it in the first place.