KIM Kardashian “scored $60million Los Angeles mansion” in her divorce from Kanye West.
The TV personality’s victory comes as the exes are STILL separated despite their cordial relationship.
According to court documents filed Tuesday and obtained by TMZ, Kim will get the $60million home.
The 40-year-old and the former couple’s four kids have been staying at the home ever since she filed divorce from Kanye, 44, in February.
Sources told the outlet that Kim and Kanye negotiated a buyout price for the home, which they essentially rebuilt from the ground up together during their marriage.
The pair purchased the LA mansion 2014 for $20 million, though have invested millions into the renovation process.
Back in April 2018, Kim’s mom Kris Jenner revealed that the house cost $60million on Twitter.
News that Kim gets to keep the home may be a surprise to some, as most of the construction and design process was led by the rapper.
Kanye worked with famed architects including Axel Vervoordt over the years to build his dream home, while the pair invested a large sum of money and even purchased the property next door to expand their home.
Sources told TMZ that the negotiations on the home were “extremely cordial” between the exes.
Additionally, Kim is essentially paying cash to buy off the home from Kanye.
Despite the pair’s cordial relationship, it’s believed that the divorce is still moving forward.
According to TMZ, Kanye recently listed his Wyoming ranch for $11 million.
The property hit the market after Kanye purchased a $57million beach house in Malibu.
While Kanye initially spearheaded the Los Angeles mansion’s renovations, it seems like Kim may have plans to continue expanding on the property.
KIM’S BIG PLANS
Back in September, it was reported that the reality star’s neighbors were trying to stop her from building an underground vault and subterranean wellness center.
According to legal documents obtained by PEOPLE, Kim’s neighbors have asked a judge to stop the KUWTK star from adding numerous over the top features to her home.
Some of the new additions include “underground vault, subterranean parking, an attached subterranean ‘wellness center’ and a detached guardhouse,” according to the paperwork.
The filing was made by resident Sarah Key, who named the Hidden Hills Community Association- not Kim- as the respondent.
The neighbor also asked the Association to end the TV personality’s plan to “flatten two hills” and build upon “two high-pressure gas transmission lines.”
She explained that she wants the neighborhood to keep its “natural and rustic county setting” and argued that building the gas lines will put “Hidden Hills community members at risk of catastrophic bodily injury and irreparable real personal property damage.”
During a previous episode of KUWTK, Kim admitted to Kris that her pricey pad was a “money pit.”
While recruiting Kris to help her look for a new house, the SKIMS founder said: “You’re going to love this area. I’m doing an LED screen the size of the blue outline.
“The whole wall will be a TV. And then getting a big run and a huge circle couch that’s like a U and super deep.”
The mother of four then showed off her living room that was completely covered in plastic wrap as a large hole sat in the middle of her wall.
“I have never known you to not be in construction in this house since you bought it,” Kris said.
“I know. It’s the money pit,” Kim responded with an annoyed tone and eye roll.
The family matriarch then reminisced on the time Kim and Kanye lived with her, sharing: “When I walked in here and saw you doing all this work, it reminded you of when you and Kanye moved in with me.
“It was so great, I love those times.”
Kim and Kanye share daughters North, eight, and Chicago, three, and sons Saint, five, and Psalm, two.