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Broken Home! Kendra Wilkinson Finally Sells House Of Horrors Where Marriage Crumbled

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Feb. 25 2019, Updated 11:42 a.m. ET

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Desperate times!  After months on the market, Kendra Wilkinson finally sold her Calabasas mansion after breaking up with her husband Hank Baskett earlier this year. RadarOnline.com has exclusively confirmed that an offer is pending on their martial home after a whopping $250,000 price cut. Click through the gallery for all the details about the unhappy home.

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Kendra Wilkinson Divorce House Sold
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Wilkinson originally listed the house for $2,495,000 in June, but was forced to cut the price in order to sell the home where she lived with Baskett and their two children.

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Kendra Wilkinson Divorce House Sold
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“Reduced again! Seller wants an offer,” the listing on Trulia.com said about Wilkinson’s house.

Kendra Wilkinson Divorce House Sold
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“I’m trying to get out of my house fast,” Wilkinson tweeted then deleted as her marriage fell apart.

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Kendra Wilkinson Divorce House Sold
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She blamed their marriage breakdown on Baskett’s affair with Ava Sabrina London, a transgender model, which Radar exclusively reported in 2014.

Kendra Wilkinson Divorce House Sold
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In June, Wilkinson ranted on Twitter about her strained relationship with Baskett. “I tried so hard. I did everything by the book and loved and i get s**t on," she wrote.

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Kendra Wilkinson Divorce House Sold
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“It's hard to breathe. Love you all,” Wilkinson tweeted.

Kendra Wilkinson Divorce House Sold
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