The Jenner sisters are certainly keeping Los Angeles’ real estate brokers busy.
According to the Los Angeles Times, the model, who rose to fame in “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” alongside her family, netted $6.85 million for the Hollywood Hills home that she bought from actors Emily Blunt and John Krasinski for $6.5 million in July 2016.
The off-market deal marks an end to her brief ownership of the 4,800-square-foot property, which was marred by a burglary where thieves reportedly stole $200,000 worth of jewelry and a separate incident where police arrested a man who followed her up her driveway.
Safety concerns aside, the white three-story house is certainly nice to look at with a large outdoor pool with views of the canyons and the city and a rooftop deck with a lounge and dining area. Inside there are glass walls, soaring ceilings, a floating staircase, a media room and a gym.
The 21-year-old, who walked in Tom Ford’s runway show, which kicked of New York Fashion Week on Wednesday evening, is also trying to sell her starter condo in a luxury high-rise building along Wilshire Corridor, which she first listed for $1.6 million in June. This week she shaved the price to $1.525 million.
This comes after Kylie recently sold her Los Angeles starter home for just over $3 million and also found a buyer for another of her properties in the city, for which she was seeking $5.4 million.
The 20-year-old, who also has her own reality show called “Life of Kylie,” owns the home next door, for which she paid a touch more than $6 million in May 2016, as well as a $12.5 million mansion nearby that she added to her property portfolio in September.