Khloé Kardashian's house in Cleveland has all the glamour of a Hollywood mansion

Khloé Kardashian's house in Cleveland has all the glamour of a Hollywood mansion

Khloé Kardashian’s house is proof, if ever it were needed, of just how fabulously wealthy the Kardashians are. Like them or loathe them, they are one of the most powerful families in show business. However, while Kim tends to make the headlines, her younger sister has been diligently courting the media, modelling and socialising, in addition to being a presenter and businesswoman.

Coupled with the fact that she is paid tens of thousands of dollars for a simple Instagram post, perhaps it’s not all that surprising that Khloé Kardashian’s house is far from average.

On March 6th, 2014, Khloé famously bought Justin Bieber’s mansion in Calabasas, California. Bieber had purchased the home from Eddie Murphy's ex-wife, Nicole in April of 2012 for the sum of $6.5 million.

This had been Bieber’s party pad where he had famously egged his neighbour’s house, throwing at least a dozen eggs according to New York Daily News. However, having had to pay back $80,900, they proved the most expensive eggs in the state.

After a number of further run-ins with neighbours due to speeding, a raid carried out by police and parties involving marijuana and codeine-based drink sizzurp, Bieber sold the Spanish-style home for a whopping $7.2 million.

Khloé had recently sold her house which she shared with estranged husband Lamar Odom in nearby Tarzana to Big Bang Theory star Kaley Cuoco and her new husband Ryan Sweeting. She then snapped up the Calabasas pad, which is located in The Oaks gated community.

Khloé hired renowned interior designer Martyn Lawrence Bullard to renovate the six bedroom, seven bathroom 9,214 square foot home. Set in 1.3 acres of Californian greenery and featuring an enormous pool with an integrated jacuzzi, it’s a house you couldn't forget easily.

She still owns her Calabasas pad however, earlier this year, pregnant Khloé moved in with partner and Cleveland Cavaliers player Tristan Thompson. She has since given birth and it’s here that they are raising their daughter True.

Khloé Kardashian's Cleveland crib is located in Cuyahoga County. It cost her partner Tristan Thompson a modest $1.9 million and was designed by famed architect Piet Van Dijk. The five bedroom, seven bathroom, two fireplace property sits on half an acre and has expansive views of Lake Erie.

Topped and tailed by a three-car garage on the ground floor and a nanny suite on the top floor, the house also boasts a large fish tank, breakfast bar, wine cellar, grand piano and multiple 4K TVs. No wonder Khloé said she was “happy to be in Cleveland”.

While Khloé doesn’t own the house, I imagine she’s at least paying off some of the $50,000-a-year fees - especially considering that her net worth is considered to be four times that of her partner.

“I’m with Tristan and I get my home time - cooking, being with my love, and just more of a routine,” Khloé stated on her members-only website. While Cleveland is infinitely more convenient for reaching arrangements in New York, she is still in love with her hometown.

“In L.A., I’m SWAMPED with work,” she explains. “But then again, I love being in L.A. because I get to see my sisters and my mom, and I have my trainer and the people that I’ve grown up with. So there are perks to both cities for me!”

When she is back on the west coast, she can visit older sister Kim at her newly-renovated Hidden Hills home - just a 15 minute drive from her Calabasas residence. Kim and Kanye spent $20 million getting the house to a level where they were happy with it.

The sprawling mansion is now thought to be worth somewhere in the region of $60 million. Kanye tweeted pictures from the newly-updated interior, but details of the custom-built home are few and far between.

Clearly, the Kardashians are doing pretty well for themselves. So, if possible, appear on MTV as the much-abused stylist of a hotel chain heiress then feature in a lewd video which gets shared out the internet. And if that doesn’t work, there’s always the Lotto.