Kylie Jenner Is Selling Her Calabasas Mansion for $3.9M

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  • Gorgeous white living area.

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  • Kylie's Calabasas Home

    Kylie's Calabasas Home

Snapchat addict and Instagram superstar Kylie Jenner is selling her Calabasas, CA, mansion only a year after she purchased it. The youngest of the Kardashian-Jenner clan, Jenner has been raking in dough from her new makeup line, the appropriately named Kylie Cosmetics. With her newfound income stream, she's upgraded to a new place and is now ready to move on.

Did the young style icon decide that a five-bedroom mansion is too empty without Tyga? The makeup maven has bought a new home in Hidden Hills that is closer to mom Kris and sister Kim Kardashian.

The gated estate features five bedrooms and 6.5 bathrooms, as well as two fireplaces, a movie room, and maid's quarters. The home sits on a half-acre of land that includes a modern pool and spa within a private sanctuary.

Jenner purchased the starter home for $2.6 million in March 2015, but is now listing it for $3.9 million. We don't know exactly what she renovated to account for a $1.3 million markup, but it must be something, right?? One thing is for sure: The skull wallpaper in one of the bathrooms is a hate-it-or-love-it addition.

That touch of Goth flair may come as no surprise to her 65 million Instagram followers, who are used to her infinite variety of black outfits, paired with black lipstick and often a black choker.

In contrast, the rest of the home is white and airy and feels quite open. Her living area is decorated by two beautiful chandeliers as well as a real fireplace. The walls are a crisp white, and the furniture makes us worry for any wine that goes near it.

Of course, we can't forget about the kitchen, which boasts stainless-steel hardware, black wood, Viking appliances, and quartz countertops. And while most 18-year-olds have their mom cooking for them, Jenner has her chefs.

And how could a member of the Kardashian-Jenner clan survive without oversize closet space? Jenner's home features a large walk-in-closet as well as a separate shoe and purse closet. Just imagine her Birkin and Herms bags lining one row while her Louboutin, Brian Atwood, and Christian Dior shoes fill up the rest.

Young Ms. Jenner has had more experience with the California housing market than most adults, but where will she go from here? More important, who will buy her old home? And will they keep the wallpaper?