A stunning house used to portray the Keeping Up With The Kardashians franchise has sold for a cool $5.25 million.
RadarOnline.com has all the details on the famous Studio City property that helped show the reality family’s fabulous lifestyle.
The amazing Italian style mansion instantly became recognizable for fans eager to find out what the Kardashian/Jenner clan was doing next.
The amazing house has actually been on and off the market for the past ten years before just finally finding a permanent buyer.
And its unique style has attracted plenty of movie and television producers to use its stunning façade over the years.
Based in up market Fryman Canyon the lavish estate also appeared on Chelsea Lately, American Horror Story, True Blood and Chuck and Ghost Whisperer.
However, most people will link it to the infamous reality family.
Now, it has a proud new owner who is getting the keys just in time for Christmas.
Selling Realtor Brandon Assanti of Rodeo Realty Beverly Hillstold RadarOnline.com: “There is no doubt that this is a stunning home and it helped with the marketing of the Kardashian brand.
“It has a new owner and they are thrilled to have bought such a famous and prestigious property.”
Photographer Aaron Hoffman captured images of the stunning house.
It boasts wrought-iron gates guard and a high tech security system guarding the nearly one-acre estate.
There is a two-story foyer – complete with chandeliers, statues, woodwork and columns – opens the 7,843-square-foot floor plan.
Murals designed by artist Giorgio Tuscani hang from hand-plastered Venetian walls.
Other highlights include a living room with an oversized fireplace, a media room and a wood-paneled office.
There are stunning gardens with a long, sloping lawn capped by a fountain that is the focal point of the front yard.
At the rear of the property there’s a saltwater pool and spa, as well as a patio with an outdoor kitchen.
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