Whose home? It’s her home.
Kim Kardashian, as a part of her divorce from Kanye West, will preserve the 15,000-square-foot Southern California mansion that the previous couple bought in 2014, TMZ reported.
Kardashian and West shelled out $20 million for the unfold, positioned in Hidden Hills, then sank one other $20 million into a large renovation that West himself reportedly spearheaded.
TMZ famous the choice permits the previous couple’s 4 youngsters — North, 7; Saint, 5; Chicago, 3; and Psalm, 1 — to stay in the one dwelling they’ve ever identified. Kardashian has mentioned she loves the house and has most of her household inside a block.
Kanye, in the meantime, reportedly doesn’t have many ties to the unique enclave. He additionally has spent plenty of time in Wyoming just lately after shopping for a 9,000-acre ranch within the Cowboy State in 2019. It’s not clear the place he’ll completely reside following the divorce, which is reportedly amicable. Kardashian is asking for joint authorized and bodily custody of the kids.
Within the upscale space, positioned within the Santa Monica Mountains north of LA, the previous couple’s Alex Vervoordt-designed dwelling obtained a canopy story in Architectural Digest in March 2020. It was notably marked by a stark minimalism in design.
“We didn’t speak about ornament however a sort of philosophy about how we reside now and the way we are going to reside sooner or later,” Vervoordt informed AD.
That philosophy is wabi-sabi, a longtime hallmark of Japanese design that promotes “knowledge in pure simplicity.” That resulted in minimal furnishings, pure supplies and rooms sheathed in an off-white plaster, which social-media critics not solely referred to as “chilly and scary,” but in addition impractical with youngsters.
The house additionally has cavernous hallways, two swimming pools, a winery and a single sink that alone value $30,000.
Kardashian filed for divorce from West in February after seven years of marriage.