Friday, December 8, 2023

Is Kylie Jenner’s For-Sale Mansion Worth $22M? Plus, the Truth Behind the Homes on ‘Selling the OC’



Natalie Way

Is Kylie Jenner’s For-Sale Mansion Worth $22M? Plus, the Truth Behind the Homes on ‘Selling the OC’

“House Party” is the official® podcast about the overlapping worlds of home and pop culture, hosted by Rachel Stults and Natalie Way. Click the player above to hear our take on this week’s hot topics.

Over the years, we’ve seen plenty of celebrities buy and sell second homes in the same city as their primary residence. Lebron James has simultaneously owned homes in the tony Los Angeles enclaves of Brentwood and Beverly Hills. Leonardo DiCaprio has a long history of doing real estate deals all over L.A., from Malibu to Los Feliz.

Now, Kylie Jenner is the latest A-lister to put her “spare” L.A. home up for sale. Jenner and her partner, Travis Scott, reportedly listed their Beverly Hills, CA, home for $22 million. The curious part? They bought the home in 2018 for $13.4 million. Does the 9,680-square-foot estate warrant such a high price tag? Will they get their price? We discuss it all.

This week, we also touch on Reese Witherspoon‘s latest real estate win: flipping one of her Nashville, TN, homes for $7.4 million.

Then we recap “Selling the OC” Episode 6, titled “Co-listing Chaos.” As the agents at The Oppenheim Group Newport Beach are dealing with the fallout of the “Kayla-Tyler drama,” we are treated to an inside look at two gorgeous SoCalproperties. The first is “Gio’s house,” a 3,817-square-foot home on Newport Bay, and the second is “Tyler’s listing” in Dana Point, a mansion that was on the market for $10 million. Want the inside scoop on these luxury homes? Listen to our latest episode in the player above!

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