Kendall Jenner’s House in LA

Kendall Jenner's House

In May this year, Kendall Jenner purchased her own house for very first time.

Apparently, she decided to follow in the footsteps of her three sisters, Kim, Khloe and Kourtney, all of whom own their own houses.

The 18-year old model and television personality now owns a 2-bedroom, 2-1/2 bath condo in the exclusive Los Angeles Westwood neighborhood.

Kendall’s luxurious condo offers breathtaking views due to its location in a high-rise tower. According to reports, the house was on sale for $1,399,000, and Kendall apparently paid the $910,000 mortgage herself.

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Even though Kendall has moved out of the Calabasas mansion where she used to live with her family, Kendall will apparently continue living an extravagant life.

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The building comes with a card room, catering kitchen, concierge and doorman, fitness center, heated pool, social room, 24-hour valet and wine storage, but that is not all. Some of the more incredible amenities of the condo include Sub-Zero and Viking appliances.

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As a result of its high-rise location, plenty of natural light is featured inside the house. In one of the two bedrooms, the wall is lined with windows. There is also a separate shower and tub in one of the bathrooms.

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High ceilings and wood flooring is also featured in the condo. Considering that Kendall is just 18 years old, the house looks ideal for her. An interesting fact about the condo is that Farrah Aldjufrie is listed as the real estate agent. Farrah Aldjufrie also happens to be the daughter of Kyle Richards, who is Paris Hilton’s aunt and a star of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.

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Although sources have already indicated that Kendall paid for her house, the documents have her manager/mom, Kris Jenner’s name on them, most likely just as a formality. Even though Kendall Jenner now has quite a successful career in acting and modeling, some readers may wonder if she will actually be able to afford the five-figure mortgage payments.