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Live like a Kardashian in Kris Jenner’s TV home

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The Studio City residence is seeking $7.9 million

View of house at dusk
Built in 1983, the house has been seen on many television shows, including American Horror Story and True Blood.
Photos by Nick Springett, courtesy Rodeo Realty

Looks like you can keep up with the Kardashians—at least in terms of real estate. This enormous Studio City residence served as the on-screen home of Kris Jenner on 10 seasons of reality TV megahit Keeping up with the Kardashians.

The enterprising matriarch of the Kardashian/Jenner clan never actually lived in the house (Jenner actually resides in the far-less entertainment industry-adjacent community of Hidden Hills), but both fans of the show and guilty hate watchers will recognize the place as the scene of many dramatic family spats over the years.

Built in 1983, the seven-bedroom home last sold in 2005 for $5.225 million, according to property records. In addition to its appearances on Keeping up with the Kardashians, the house has been a filming location for shows ranging from American Horror Story to True Blood, according to listing agent Brandon Assanti of Rodeo Realty Beverly Hills.

The house has 7,843 square feet of living space with luxurious features like a two-story entryway, multiple chandeliers and ornately carved fireplaces, nine enormous bathrooms, and a screening room.

The gated residence sits on a one-acre lot with a rolling lawn, fountains, a large barbecue area, and a swimming pool and spa.

Listed earlier this year for $9 million, the home is back on the market seeking $7.895 million.

Front entrance
Screening room
Master bedroom
Master bathroom
Pool and barbecue area