Kylie Jenner Dropped $13.4 Million on This Beverly Hills Home

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In 2018, Kylie Jenner scooped up another lavish Los Angeles property—this time, a $13.4 million Beverly Hills home, Realtor.com reports. Believe it or not, the reality TV star and entrepreneur actually scored quite a deal on the house, which was originally listed for $14.9 million. The six-bedroom, nine-bath home sits on more than an acre of land and comes in at 8,141 square feet. Despite its size, it's one of the most private compounds in the area according to the listing.

A winding driveway leads up to the modern facade of the property at the end of a cul-de-sac. Inside, a free-flowing indoor/outdoor layout allows easy access between the backyard and the interior of the home, which includes spacious living areas, dining rooms, a chef's kitchen, and a massive primary bedroom with views of both the city and the ocean. That's not to mention the gym, massage room, office, home theater, library, and wine cellar that can also be found in the house.

Primary Bedroom

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The outdoor spaces are just as luxurious, with a beautiful backyard that features a long lap pool and plenty of space for lounging and dining outside on warm Los Angeles nights. Take a tour of the stunning mansion below.

Driveway
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Leading up to the home, a paved driveway winds around lush gardens and tall greenery. Outdoor lights illuminate the entrance in the evening for a glowing, inviting style.

Beverly Hills Home
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The home boasts updated modern architecture with expertly designed windows, pergolas, and walkways that allow it to flow with the natural landscape. Tall trees are carefully placed around the house to provide privacy indoors along with a lively look outside.

Living Room
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Stepping into the formal living area, glass pocket doors span the length of the room for a luxurious indoor-outdoor design. A floor-to-ceiling fireplace matches the décor's neutral gray hues and pops of color, from the bright blue accents to the understated yellow touches.

Formal Dining Room
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A built-in glass room divider separates space between the formal living and dining rooms, bringing a bold black contrast to bright, white walls. The large glass table can seat eight guests with midcentury modern seating and a metallic gold chandelier.

Kitchen
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In the open kitchen, an oversized chef's island rests below three chic pendant lights. Natural wood cabinetry paired with modern gold hardware brings an earthy, warm element to the room's elevated style.

Dining Room
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Large wall art and unique décor are styled in another of the home's spacious living areas. Black frames surround the sliding glass doors to offset white walls while complementing darker pieces of furniture.

Living Space
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Comfortable, inviting furniture makes this den an excellent place to rest away from the main rooms of the home. Large windows open up to a patio with views of the property's lush landscape.

Sitting Room
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This living area is designed with a light marble fireplace to complement airy gray hues on the furniture and décor. Antique metallic accents are found throughout the space, which carry the home's earthy modern theme from room to room.

Bedroom
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The open living area leads into the primary bedroom, with European oak floors extended across the space for a warm balance between black-and-white architecture. The bedroom features wall-to-wall sliders that invite plenty of natural light.

Master Bedroom
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The room is filled with spacious views of the property's lush plant life, while tall, mature trees offer privacy from the bustling city. White ceiling beams draw the eye up to extend the design's visual height.

Master Bathroom
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The primary bathroom could be mistaken for a personal spa: An indoor-outdoor design walks out to this private patio with a built-in pergola to match the home's exterior. Bright, white décor—from the modern wall art to the luxurious standalone tub—makes oversized white tiles feel cohesive with polished wood details.

Wine Cellar
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As if the glamorous kitchen wasn't enough on its own, the home also boasts a private cellar fit for any wine enthusiast. Glass doors encase the room with black door frames that match the floor-to-ceiling room divider of the open living and dining areas.

Outdoor Path
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A line of gardens and pebble-wrapped pavers lead to the spacious backyard. Carefully chosen plants bring dark green, deep red, and vibrant orange hues to the home's exterior.

Patio
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Similar to its interior, the design around the property feels modern and full of life thanks to tropical plants mixed with sleek, light surfaces.

Backyard patio and pool
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In the backyard, plenty of seating surrounds the lap pool to provide several areas for entertaining guests. Views of the open California sky above tall evergreen trees provide the perfect place to relax and take in sunrises and sunsets alike.

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