If you ever wondered how real reality television actually is, the recent listing of the Kardashian’s “TV home” has your answer. The palatial Studio City dwelling featured in E’s hit series "Keeping up with the Kardashians" is currently listed at $8.995 million. And although the home has been flashed all over television as the backdrop for the Kardashian’s kooky family drama, in reality, the space was just that: a backdrop. The Kardashians never actually lived in the home.
Say what? Yep. Modeled after an Italian castle, the home is aptly named Palazzo Dei Sogni - the Palace of Dreams. The 7,800-square-foot home has seven bedrooms, eight bathrooms, and neighbors like Bruno Mars, Miley Cyrus and George Clooney—assuming these celebs actually live in their homes. The K-Dash palace has also been the set of “True Blood,” “Entourage” and “Rome,” making it one of the most widely televised homes in Studio City.
The spot has a two-story foyer, a swanky formal living room, a rustic paneled den, a billiards room, a 2,000-bottle wine cellar, sconces imported from the Paris Opera House, and a screening room with a 12-foot screen where you can watch all 13 seasons of "Keeping up with Kardashians."
Now you can snap it up for just shy of $9 mill and recreate many of the Kardashians' crying sessions.
Listed for: $8.995 million
Listed by: Robert E. Howell of Keller Williams Beverly Hills
Photo credit: Steven J. Magner