Kim Kardashian’s Mega Mansion Finally Complete

Kim Kardashian’s mega mansion is finally finished and can be seen in all its glory.

The property, which has been estimated by real estate to be now worth Sh6 billion (£46million), has been undergoing renovations for five years.

Kim and her husband Kanye West bought the 15,667 square-foot-home in the exclusive Hidden Hills neighborhood from Lisa Marie Presley in 2014.

Aerial snaps of the sprawling home – which the couple ploughed Sh2 billion (£15.5million) into remodelling – now has a plush green lawn, a sizeable swimming pool and a basketball court in the back garden.

The ‘minimal monastery’ also boasts eight bedrooms, ten bathrooms with those bizarre basin-less sinks, and there’s not an interior door anywhere in sight.

Kim and Kanye reportedly ploughed in an extraSh2 billion into the remodel (Photo: Juliano/

Kim, 38, opened up her lavish home for Vogue’s 73 Questions, which showed Kanye sat on their all-white bed playing with their kids Chi, one, Saint, three, and North, five.

In the interview, she described the house inspired by Belgian designer Axel Vervoordt as a ‘minimal monastery’.

The famous couple certainly had privacy as their main priority when landscaping the property, with a mini-forest planted around their borders.

Several winding paths take visitors around the site, from the outbuilding which now houses a hair salon, music studio and gym, up to the main house.

(Photo: Juliano/

The rebuild includes a new master suite and Kim even snapped up the neighbouring property according to The Blast to make sure they weren’t overlooked.

It’s not known if they plan to remodel the three-bed house or extend their current mansion even further.

After spending several months living with her mum Kris Jenner, it seems she didn’t want to be too far away from her daughter as she reportedly snapped up a property across the street.

(Photo: Juliano/

Momager Kris splashed £7.6m on the nearby six-bedroom house in 2018.

The famous family will be able to enjoy the house now after half a decade of waiting for it to be finished, ahead of the arrival of their fourth child.


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