Kylie Jenner is the youngest billionaire globally, and the makeup mogul does not leave any chance in making sure she gets what she wants. Although Kylie has managed to set an established business for herself with cosmetics brand Kylie cosmetics, the makeup mogul also spends money on parties, friends, family, and trips. An owner of a lavish mansion in Los Angeles already, the 22-year old, Kylie Jenner shells out some money to purchase another lavish and contemporary estate in Holmby Hills.
As Kylie Jenner is spending her quarantine time with daughter Stormi Webster and bestie Stassie, in pictures shared on Instagram, one can get a clear view of the makeup mogul newly purchased home. According to reports in TMZ, with another year, Kylie has shelled out 36.5 million Dollars i.e Rs. 2,77,17,18,750 for the modern compound in Holmby Hills.
Talking about Kylie Jenner’s new estate, the 15,000-square-foot property show off a single-story home built last year, a guesthouse, a basketball court, and a classy outdoor space with a pool, fire pit, and a projection screen. The fortress-like mansion has lounges, bars and game rooms that fill out the living spaces. The estate has seven bedrooms, 14 bathrooms, two guest apartments, a kitchen with a marble island, and a dining room with panelled walls. Take a look at the lavish home of the mogul through pictures. Swipe to check out Inside pictures of the estate!
Meanwhile, with Kylie Jenner adding another home to her list, last year, the makeup mogul sold her controlling stake in her cosmetics company, Kylie Cosmetics, for $600 million. With the lockdown currently, Kylie is put up at her Holmby Hills estate and gives fans a sneak-peek through videos on Instagram. Also Read: Kylie Jenner Gives Fans A Sneak-Peek Of Her After The First Post-Quarantine Party; Carries Stormi Webster For Visual Representation-WATCH
Image source: Instagram/ Kylie Jenner
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