The Kardashians may be one of the famous names in Hollywood and in the Fashion industry.  After that home sex video scandal which was leaked by Vivid Entertainment, Kim Kardashian’s career started going up.  She was first seen on TV in the television series Beyond The Break.  After that series, she and her other 2 sisters, Kourtney and Khloe, and together with the rest of their family, started the TV series Keeping Up With The Kardashians.  Since then, this series aired 69 episodes over six seasons.

Kim has opened several lines like her D-A-S-H boutique and her perfume, which is being sold at Perfumania.  Now she has more shows on TV as an actress and as a producer.  She was married to NBA player Kris Humphries, who is now rumored to have been dating a new girl named Fatmire Sinanaj.

Enough of the history and biography of the Kardashians. Let us now keep up with the multi million-dollar mansion of Kim Kardashian.  She bought this Mediterranean inspired house in LA with her ex-boyfriend Reggie Bush for a whopping $4.8 Million.
This house has five bedrooms and has a swimming pool, spa, media room and a lot more.  Their pristine kitchen is one of the major areas in this mansion.  It boasts of its white open plan look that definitely used a high quality diamond blade to cut those big slabs of granite.
For a short time, Kim also rented a 6,700 square foot mansion amounting to $40,000 per month.  The reality TV star had a trespasser, which caused her to move houses and rent one.
This house boasts of its four bedrooms and six bathrooms.  It also has an infinity pool, which her family can enjoy.
After all that she has achieved in terms of career, business and relationships, Kim is still not satisfied with what she has right now.  She was reportedly eyeing on buying the Beckham’s Mansion in UK.  Kim Kardashian is interested in purchasing this 22-acre estate, which has been empty for two years after the couple moved to LA for good. Makes me wonder… what kind of diamond blade tools were used to construct such a mansion?

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