Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott have lowered the price of their Beverly Hills home by $2 million since first listing
Travis Scott and Kylie Jenner? After reports of a breakup in January, the on-again, off-again co-parents of two shared a rare Instagram comment regarding Jenner’s appearance on Sunday, leaving followers confused. They’re selling their Beverly Hills house jointly despite their relationship issues. Jenner and Scott decreased the price of their Benedict Canyon mansion on Monday, Dirt reported. They listed the house for $21.9 million last November. The modern European villa costs $19.9 million. Since they acquired the 1.1-acre property for $13.5 million in 2018, the pair will still make a substantial profit if it sells near that amount.
The pool of the mansion
The house was built in 1971, but it was entirely refurbished in 2016, right before being added to the A-listers’ already spectacular real estate portfolios. The two-story home at the end of a long, gated driveway has six bedrooms, nine bathrooms, and 9,680 square feet of interior living space, as well as a guest house with an additional bedroom and bathroom.
The chic, boxy building’s interior is decorated in cozy neutrals, has oak floors, and has sliding glass pocket doors that allow for genuine indoor-outdoor living. A contemporary kitchen with black cabinets and a marble breakfast nook can be found on the main floor. There is also a formal dining room with access to a terrace by the pool that has a fire pit, a grilling area, and lots of space for relaxing.
The primary suite on the second floor has a private balcony with city and canyon views, a step-up seating area with a fireplace and a TV mounted on an exposed brick wall, two walk-in closets, a subdued rose-hued glam room with a light-up vanity, and two spacious marble ensuite bathrooms. Tomer Fridman holds the listing at Compass.