Kim Kardashian has reportedly bought Cindy Crawford’s former home for more than $70 million.
The 41-year-old reality star bought the property – which has four bedrooms and five-and-a-half bathrooms – in Malibu, California, three years after the supermodel sold part of her estate.
According to ‘Entertainment Tonight’, a real estate insider revealed that Kim bought the home for $70.4 million, well below the property’s asking price of $90 million.
The property measures nearly 7,500 square feet and sits on 3.18 acres.
According to Architectural Digest, the Mediterranean-style home includes an open floor plan, a gym, several circular decks and patios, a two-bathroom suite and a tennis court.
Also on the property is a poolside cabana, outdoor fireplace, private bath to a secluded beach, and a spa and fire pit overlooking the ocean.
Cindy and her husband Rende Gerber originally bought the estate for $50 million in 2015 before splitting it into two lots, with the model later selling the larger of the two lots to Adam Weiss.
The retired hedge fund manager — whose wife is actress Barrett Swatek — listed the home for $99.5 million in March before dropping his asking price to $90 million.
Kim would then reportedly come up with a much smaller offer, which has since been accepted.
The publication also reports that she recently listed a house in Hidden Hills for $5.3 million, as well as a condo in Calabasas for $3.5 million.
Meanwhile, the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star, who filed for divorce from Kanye West back in 2020 after six years of marriage, is said to have a “healthy” parenting relationship with her ex-husband and that being a good parent has always been important to her because he wants to make his children happy.
A source recently said, “Kim and Kanye have been raising their kids in a healthy way lately. Between them is good. Being a great father has always been very important to Kanye and his main goal is to make his children happy. tried to hold back any strong emotions from anything and focus on what was most important to him, which was taking care of his family.”