Reality star Kourtney Kardashian has placed her four-bedroom, five-bath house in Los Angeles, California, on the market. Kardashian, who lives in the home with partner Scott Disick and their two kids, describes the residence as “Alice in Wonderland” meets “Beetlejuice.”

The colonial style home is located in the gated Calabasas community. Kardashian is selling the home, even though she and designer Jeff Andrews have just finished decorating it.

Kardashian and Andrews wanted a to create a fun, chic and kid-friendly residence for her family. So why is Kardashian moving? Space – both inside and out. The reality star and her partner want more outside space for their growing children and additional guest rooms.


2012 Benetti "Diamonds Are Forever" 200'

$ 59,500,000 ~ Fort Lauderdale, Florida


Delivered in January 2012, this stunning 61m Benetti features a signature Evan K Marshall interior comprising of two panoramic master suites and four guest staterooms. Guest elevators to all decks, a full beam sky lounge and vast open and shaded deck spaces. Of particular note is the additional top deck, located above the sun deck, which forms a very private, panoramic deck. The aft part of the sundeck can be transformed into a touch and go helipad. 

Rolls-Royce Phantom to Remain Until 2020

Price $280,000

The average lifecycle of your regular family car is around eight years. In the supercar world, that can increase to around 10 years for vehicles like the Lamborghini Gallardo and Lamborghini Murcielago. However, in terms of model longevity, the Rolls-Royce Phantom is set to persist for well longer than any other modern exotics, with the British brand confirming the Rolls-Royce Phantom will continue in its current form until around 2020.