Admittedly, none of the actual members of the Keeping Up With The Kardashians cast have ever lived there but the iconic house from the intro to KUWTK will be forever associated with reality TV's most famous family. Used as a facade to keep their actual house safe from public eyes, the sprawling 7,800-square-foot mansion were featured on several seasons of the show.
Featuring an impressive seven bedrooms and eight bathrooms, a two-story foyer, a screening room, indoor and outdoor kitchens, salt water swimming pool and a billiards room it definitely felt as luxurious as the other homes in the Kardashian/Jenner portfolio, leaving many people thinking this was in fact the main Kardashian abode.
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Packed with suitably fancy touches like hand-plastered Venetian walls by artist Giorgio Tuscani, the house was also featured on some of TV's most popular shows including HBO's "True Blood" and "Rome." It was last listed in 2014 for an impressive 22 million dirhams but failed to sell and was quickly taken off the market again before being listed again this year for 33 million dirhams.
Another ruse the property was its location. Pinned to be in Calabasas when Keeping Up With The Kardashians was aired, the house actually sits on almost an acre of land in the Fryman Estates community of Studio City, a popular celebrity hotspot, conveniently close to some of Hollywood's biggest film sets and studios.
Paparazzi not included.