Kylie Jenner seeks a quick, $1M profit on Hidden Hills one-story

She bought the home for $4.5M in June; it's now listed at $5.4M

Dec.December 09, 2016 12:00 PM
Kylie Jenner and her home at 5206 Scott Robertson Road (Credit: Sinful Colors, Pinnacle Real Estate Properties)
Kylie Jenner and her home at 5206 Scott Robertson Road (Credit: Sinful Colors, Pinnacle Real Estate Properties)

Her eponymous lipstick line may be soaring in sales, but that hasn’t stopped Kylie Jenner from pursuing a little house flipping dough on the side.

The youngest Kardashian is selling one of her Hidden Hills properties for $5.4 million — that’s nearly $1 million more than what she paid for it in June, according to Trulia. She also owns the house next door, which she bought for $6 million in May.

Spanning 5,150 square feet, the ranch-style property contains four bedrooms, an in-home theater, a great room with fireplace and wet bar, a fenced-in vineyard, and a creek on the grounds.

In September, Jenner bought yet another home in Hidden Hills for $12 million. [Trulia]Cathaleen Chen

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