Kylie Jenner buys huge mansion with home theater, basketball court worth over GHC210m (photos)

Kylie Jenner buys huge mansion with home theater, basketball court worth over GHC210m (photos)

- An American model, Kylie Jenner, a 22-year-old, has bought a $36.5 million (GHC210,296,210.00) house in LA

- The house which previously listed for $45 million was sold for the media personality at a good bargain

- The house is said to have many features for outdoor entertainment and relaxation

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Kylie Jenner, a popular American media personality and family to the Kardashians, has bought a very expensive estate in the choicest part of Los Angeles at the price of $36.5 million (GHC210,296,210.00).

TMZ reports that the latest purchase is an “interesting move” because she is known as Calabasas-centric in her real estate business.

The house, a single-story modern house, is said to have 15,350 square feet. It also has a dedicated guardhouse.

A collage of Kylie Jenner and snapshots of the new house. Photo sources: Instagram/TMZ

A collage of Kylie Jenner and snapshots of the new house. Photo sources: Instagram/TMZ
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Added to those is that the house is a complete entertainment palace as it has an outdoor projection screen, home theatre, game rooms, and championship standard basketball court.

It was also said that she got the house at a good bargain as it was listed for $45 million. The seller of the current property had once sold the 22-year-old land in the Palm Springs where she constructing a home.

In other stories, as the world grapples with coronavirus pandemic, Nathan Nichols, a landlord of Main in the US has waved off the rent of his tenants because of the pandemic.

According to wnd.com, Nathan Nichol, who owns two units in South Portland decided to give his tenants the rent relief because the coronavirus outbreak has put his tenants in a financial distress.

Not only did he give his tenants rent relief but he also urged other landlords to give their tenants rent relief as the U.S. grapples with the deadly virus.

In a Facebook post on Friday, March 18, 2020, Nichols indicated that he was about giving his tenants a break for the month of April because they will be impacted by the severe measures taken to curb the spread of the virus.

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